Born: April 20, 1986
New York City based Musician and Composer Roxy Coss has performed around the world in places such as Germany and Paris, and festivals including the North Sea, Vienne, and Montreux Jazz Festivals in Europe, IAJE in Toronto, and the JVC - New York Jazz Festival. Roxy has also appeared on the Today Show Live, at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center, Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola, and at the world famous Blue Note Jazz Club in New York City.
Originally from Seattle, WA, Roxy began winning awards for her composition at the age of 9. She went on to receive numerous soloist awards at various jazz festivals, including Outstanding Saxophone Soloist at the prestigious Essentially Ellington Competition, while playing first Tenor chair in the acclaimed Garfield High School Jazz Band...
Good player with a robust tone that catches the listener off guard - Jim Wilke, Jazz After Hours on Public Radio International (PRI)
An instant classic for oldbies and newbies alike. - Eric Saeger, Skope Magazine
[Coss plays with an] unassuming clarity and wise restraint of an oldtimer withnothing to prove. - David Wilson, Wilson & Alroy Reviews
Roxy CossSelf Produced
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New York, NY
Willing to teach:
Intermediate to advanced students
Roxy has taught private music lessons in many categories, for over ten years. She has also run saxophone sectionals, small ensembles, and big bands. She is the founder and director of an annual Summer Improvisation Workshop at Washington Middle School, which now includes three levels of classes, including musicians of all instruments. She was also the special guest artist-in-residence at the Rainier Valley Youth Theater Camp in Seattle, where she taught African-American music and its history, and acted as the musical director of the Middle School Production of A Midsummer Night's Daydream. Roxy is now available to teach private lessons during the week in the greater New York area. Contact her for more information.