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Alan Lechusza

Alan Lechusza is quickly gaining ground as one of the new woodwind players/improvisers to watch. His versatility on all the woodwind instruments (western and non-western aero phones) both as an improviser and as a studio musician has led him to be a much sought after performer. As a performer Alan has had the opportunity to work within many different genres (including hip-hop/rap, heavy metal, new age, baroque period-style performances, orchestral work, film scores, etc.) and premiering numerous works including those by Wadadda Leo Smith, Will Ogden, Christopher Adler, Vinny Golia and more. He has performed and toured in Europe(Eastern and Western), Canada, Japan and all around the United States with; Ark Ensemble, Arcanum, The Aulos Saxophone Quartet and The Charles Owens Saxophone Quartet. He performs regularly with: Quartetto Nuevo, The Christopher Adler Trio, Radius, AMH Trio, The Michael Vlatkovich Ensembles, The Vinny Golia Large Ensemble, Forward Funk, Jagratti, The World Reform Orchestra, Trio Consensus, and numerous others. He has performed with: Benny Maupin, Vinny Golia, George Harper, Anthony Davis, George Lewis, Hamiet Bluiett, Bertrum Turetsky, JD Parron, Alex and Niles Cline, Ken Rosser, Leo Potts, Jack Riedling, Randy Gloss, James Newton, Kai Akagi, Charles Owens, Dr. Art Davis, Peter Kowald, Hamied Drake, Adam Rudolph, Sherman Ferguson, Paul Smoker, and many others.

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Album MIneralia by Alan Lechusza

MIneralia

Blackphone Records
2006

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