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Primary Instrument: Saxophone

Born: July 5, 1975    

Ryan Kauffman

”What is not to like about a throaty tenor saxophone with a big aggressive sound, a full voiced soprano saxophone or a hauntingly velvety flute?” -- Craig W. Hurst on jazzreview.com

Ryan Kauffman is a saxophonist and private teacher in central and eastern Pennsylvania. He currently leads his own jazz trio and quartet, and has performed throughout the Central PA region, including appearances at Bethlehem Musikfest, Central Pennsylvania Friends of Jazz, Lancaster Jazz Festival and Rehoboth Beach Jazz Festival. He has had the privilege of performing with David Liebman, Steve Giordano, Ron Thomas, Tim Warfield, Steve Wilson, Peter Paulsen, the Lancaster Symphony Orchestra and the Manhattan Saxophone Ensemble...
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Featured recording “Three Little Words”

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Three Little Words

Self Produced (2010)

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Primary Instrument:Saxophone

Location:Lancaster, PA

Willing to teach:Advanced students only.

Credentials/Background:

M. M. from West Chester University Studied with: Gunnar Mossblad, Ron Thomas, Tim Warfield Teaching Locations: Darlington Arts Center, Pennsylvania Academy of Music, Westtown School Hours and rates vary by location.
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