Although he may not be a familiar name to most, Willerm Delisfort makes jazz that must be heard. All three of his selections are excellent. Modalic Blues is a live recording, which is driven by particularly noteworthy bass, while harmonized saxophones nudge the gentler The Island of Ziesha along. Delisfort doesn't take centerstage until Tuskegee Experiment, however, which is where his piano playing truly shines. This one features wonderful saxophone and trumpet interplay, as well as standout bass once again. These samples are of traditional jazz, but they're played with such lively emotion, even fans of the more familiar pop-jazz might dig it, too. -Dan MacIntosh
I saw him play at my school this past winter and he absolutely blew me away.
I've downloaded his music from Myspace and I've listened the living hell out
of it (especially Son of Afrika and Modalic Blues)...
LocationNew York, NY
Willing to teachBeginners
2000-2004 African Heritage Culture Arts Center Miami, FL
Taught Students to play Band Instruments and read music from the age of 8-
Contact Mr. Davis
6161 NW 22nd Avenue, Miami, Florida 33142 (305) 638-6771
Graduate Assistant at Northern Illinois University
Large Ensemble Director of the All-University Jazz Band
Small Ensemble Director of the University Jazz Combos
Contact Mr. Ron Carter
Northern Illinois University Dekalb, IL 60115
Northern Illinois University Jazz Camps
Instructed Kids from the ages of 15-18 how to play jazz
Contact Deborah Booth
Northern Illinois University Dekalb, IL 60115 (815) 753-1450
Private Lesson all over such as Florida, Chicago to university students and
private students, Lima Peru, Liverpool United Kingdom.
Fender Rhodes, Triton Korg LE, Micro Korg (w/vocoder)