Libby Richman

Born: August 20, 1954    Primary Instrument: Sax, alto

Libby Richman

LIBBY RICHMAN Alto Saxophone, Composer

Composer, saxophonist Libby Richman leads an ensemble that plays original contemporary jazz. Her sound echoes many influences including Classical, Latin, and current music. . Libby has shared the stage with jazz luminaries Lou Donaldson, Onaje Allan Gumbs, Cameron Brown, Virginia Mayhew, Eddie Bert, and drummer Sylvia Cuenca. Concerts and events: The Newark Museum (Jazz in Bloom, sponsored by WBGO); The Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, NJ; Mid-day Jazz at St. Peter‘s Jazz Ministry; The Sarah Lawrence College Graduation Reception; Sunset Soiree at Boscobel, Garrison, NY; Look, Listen, Lunch - Celebrate Summer in Midtown, sponsored by the Grand Central Partnership; Jazz Forum Arts at Untermyer Park; “The Art of Music” series at The Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University...
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Meet The Composer Grant, 2003, 2005 New England Foundation on the Arts 2004
As a Leader

Self Produced
Tracks: The Day After; Bop Number 4: O Grande Amor;, Lullaby of the Leaves; Checking Out At The Inn; Open Strings; Step Lightly; Viva La Vida ; Cherokee.
Personnel: Libby Richman, alto sax, Composer.
John Philpott, tenor sax
Bruce Edwards, guitar
Fred Weidenhammer, bass
Steve Little, drums
Mark Katsaounis, percussion As A Side Musician

Down With Love
MJ Territo
Self Produced
Tracks: Down With Love; Devil May Care; Throw It Away; Waters of March; Mambo Italiano; Do You Miss New York: The Lady Is A Tramp Gotta Serve Somebody; Waltz For Debby; Small Day Tomorrow.
Personnel: MJ Territo: vocalist.
Alan Rosenthal: piano
David Shaich, bass
Jon Doty: drums
Libby Richman: alto sax (track 8)
Dennis Winge, guitar (track 4) As A Leader

On The Balcony
Tracks: On The Balcony; Number 17; Moment Of Truth; Dorian Mood; A Song For Mimi; Wake Up Call; Moon and Sand; Time After Time; Introduction.
Personnel: Libby Richman: Alto Sax, composer.
John Philpott: Tenor Sax
Sayuri Goto: piano
Tom Landman: guitar
Fred Weidenhammer, Bob Sabin: bass
Art Lillard, Gernot Bernroider, drums

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