Born: August 31, 1962
Current Nate lives in New York City and has been working with some of the area’s finest musicians. His current quintet includes pianist Jim Ridl; saxophonist Sal Giorgianni; drummer Marko Marcinko; and bassist Tony Marino. Nate recorded two albums in 2008 (Almost Home and Christmas) �� his 7th and 8th as a leader, and has a loyal and growing fan base across the United States, Canada and Europe.
As a studio musician Nate has appeared on over sixty different recordings, and has performed with among others, pianists Roger Kellaway, Gerald Clayton, Mark Soskin, Doug Carn and Steve Rudolph; saxophonists Phil Woods and Dave Liebman, drummers Bill Goodwin, Ignacio Berroa, and Mike Clark; and bassists Francoise Moutin and David Piltch. Nate recently opened for singer Diana Krall at the Santa Barbara Bowl; has made television appearances on ABC’s Good Morning America; has been invited to play at music festivals in Europe, Canada and the U.S., and has performed at such notable venues as Catalina’s in Hollywood; Birdland, Irving Plaza, 55 Bar, Kitano, Joe’s Pub and The Knitting Factory in New York City; Upstairs in Montreal; Yoshi’s in Oakland; Dazzle Jazz Club in Denver; Santa Barbara Bowl and SOhO in Santa Barbara; and Adagio Jazz Club in Savannah, GA.; as well as the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Los Angeles’ Getty Center, and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles....
- Christmas by Victor L. Schermer
- Almost Home by Victor L. Schermer
- Shortest Day by Florence Wetzel
- Ballads by AAJ Staff
- The Mennonite and Ballads by Jim Santella
�-� “This is where today's jazz should be. The tradition remains intact, while familiar elements from rock, pop, and world music serve to provide an avenue for growth.” ~ Jim Santello, All About Jazz
• “Too many jazz recordings today reflect attempts to squeeze the last drop of virtuosity and clever turns of phrase from the proud legacy of the idiom, mixing it with various flavors of classical and world music...
LocationNew York, NY
Willing to teachBeginners