Born: August 6, 1976
Trombonist and composer Mike Fahie has been active performing and writing music in New York for 10 years. Mike has performed around the globe as a member of different professional ensembles, including tours of the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, as well as gigs in Holland, Germany, France, Indonesia, Thailand, and Australia.
Mike plays regularly with both established and emerging artists, including Darcy James Argue’s “Secret Society”, the Pedro Giraudo Jazz Orchestra, John McNeil, the Paul Carlon Octet, Rob Mosher’s Storytime and the Gramercy Brass Orchestra of New York. Mike can be heard every Monday night at the Brooklyn jazz club Puppets. Mike also plays on the Broadway shows “In the Heights” and “Ragtime”....
Mike Fahie's debut CD... features an explosive and exploratory ensemble. ... There is so much to enjoy on this program, starting with the impressive original compositions and intelligent arrangements. ... After hearing Mike Fahie as a member of trombone sections on several fine recordings, it's such a treat to hear his music and playing on Anima. This is the sort of program that just gets better with each listen. Richard B. Kamins http://steptempest.blogspot.com/2010...ages-soul.html
A delightfully hard to pin down eclectic album, there’s something here for the pickiest contemporary jazzbo as well as the casual groover just looking for some new kicks. Highly creative throughout, the sure footed playing is sure to make a positive impression no matter what your jazz stripe. Check it out. Chris Spector Midwest Record
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Willing to teach:
Intermediate to advanced students
8 years teaching private lessons, jazz & wind ensembles at the United Nations International School Faculty member, New York Jazz Academy
Improv clinic for college level students, focusing on practice techniques to increase vocabulary and ease of execution. Composition clinic for college level students, focusing on use of space, repetition, writing & harmonizing melodies, and formal concepets.