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Scott Burns

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Primary Instrument: Sax, tenor

A native of Dayton, Ohio, saxophonist Scott Burns began his education and professional career in jazz music in nearby Cincinnati. After graduating at the top of his class from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, Scott became an in-demand performer in the greater Cincinnati / Dayton area. While attending the university, Cincinnati’s own Blue Wisp Jazz Club provided him a supplemental, hands-on education in jazz music. Countless nights at the club were spent soaking in local and national jazz talent; in addition, Scott was a frequent performer as both leader and sideman at the renowned institution. Among his many performance credits in Cincinnati include the Blue Wisp Big Band, led by legendary drummer John von Ohlen, the PsychoAcoustic Orchestra, the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, and numerous small group performances with pianists Steve Schmidt, Phil DeGreg, and drummer Art Gore. Scott also performed in a quintet with legendary jazz trumpeter Clark Terry as part of a Cincinnati jazz series in 1996. ________________________________________________________...
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As a Leader:

Passages
Origin Records
2006
Tracks: Lead the Way; Seascape; Black Orchid; Downhill Stroll; Switchback; Waiting; Storm Rising; Eddies in the Stream.
Personnel: Scott Burns - tenor saxophone; Ron Perrillo - piano; Dennis Carroll - bass; George Fludas - drums.

As A Side Musician:

The Hook Up
Kyle Asche
OA2 Records
2005
Personnel: Kyle Asche - guitar; Scott Burns - tenor saxophone; Pete Benson - organ; Todd Howell - drums.


My New Attitude
Paul Silbergleit
Silberspoon Productions
2003
Personnel: Paul Silbergleit - guitar, Scott Burns - tenor sax; Steve Einerson - piano; Charles Ledvina - bass; Brian Ritter - drums.


Here and Now
Ryan Cohan
Sirocco Jazz
2001
Personnel: Ryan Cohan - Piano; Bob Sheppard - Tenor/Soprano Sax & Flute; Scott Burns - Tenor/Soprano Sax; Jim Gailloreto - Tenor/Soprano Sax & Flute; Geof Bradfield - Tenor/Soprano Saxophone; Tito Carrillo - Trumpet/Flugelhorn; James Cammack - Bass; Lorin Cohen - Bass; Dana Hall - Drums; Tom Hipskind - Drums; Ruben Alvarez - Percussion; Dede Sampaio - Percussion.

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Primary Instrument:
Sax, tenor

Location:
Chicago, IL

Willing to teach:
Intermediate to advanced students

Credentials/Background:
Scott Burns is/ has been an educator at the following Universities and schools:
* Northwestern University High School Music Institute
-full time Jazz Faculty
* Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz
-private instruction
* University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music
-guest clinician
* Bowling Green State University
-guest soloist/clinician
* University of Illinois
-guest clinician
* Columbia College
-jazz jury consultant
* Near North Montessori School
-private instruction
* Cincinnati School for the Creative and Performing Arts
-private instruction

Scott is available for private instruction and clinics.
Topics include:

* Saxophone sound production and technique
* Jazz Theory
* Jazz Improvisation
* Transcription techniques
* Ensemble coaching
* and more!
Please contact Scott via email: scott@scottburnsjazz.com
or by phone at (773) 960-7297

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