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Primary Instrument: Saxophone

Born: 1973

Saxophonist Paul Hartsaw (1973) received his formal studies in music and critical theory at Central Michigan University and Western Michigan University studying saxophone with John Nichol and Trent Kynaston. While in college, Paul was the recipient of numerous solo, sectional and ensemble awards from jazz festivals at Notre Dame, Aquinas College, Detroit Montreux, the International Association of Jazz Educators (IAJE) Conference, and Down Beat Magazine's Annual Student Music Awards as well as having the opportunity to perform with such notable musicians as Billy Hart, Mel Torme, Jon Faddis, John Pattitucci, Louis Bellson, Marvin Stamm, and John Fedchock. Paul also performed on the album Disposable Income with the Western Michigan University Jazz Orchestra which received a Grammy nomination....
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Primary InstrumentSaxophone

LocationChicago, IL

Willing to teachAdvanced students only.

Music

Featured recording “Matter & Memory”

Matter & Memory

Metastablesound
2010
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    Matter & Memory

    Metastablesound
    2010
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    Ausfegen (Dedicated To Joseph Beuys)

    Soul Note
    2007
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