Born on March 22, 1952 in Boston, Massachusetts, Bob Mover started playing the saxophone at age 13. Two years later, Phil Woods heard him in a high school All Star band in Miami, Florida and gave Bob a scholarship to study under him that summer in New Hope, Pennsylvania at Ramblerny Camp for the Performing Arts.
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People are always amazed when they hear him play!
Bobby and I go back a long way. Bob is a wonderful musician- one of the
great alto players who in recent years has become a real tenor player as well.
Like Charlie Parker, Bob Mover knows how to make musical escapes and
come out all sexy and beautiful.
--Mitch Borden Owner of Fat Cat Jazz and former owner of the now
legendary Smalls in Greenwich Village, N.Y.C.
New York, NY
Willing to teach
Bob Mover has been teaching saxophone, Improvisation, and coaching
vocalists for over 30 years worldwide. He is considered one of the most
accomplished and respected teachers in the jazz world.
Some of his distinguished students include: Saxophonists Grant Stewart,
Claire Daly, Josh Benko, Tommy Morimoto, Guitarist Joe Cohn, Pianists
Makoto Ozone and Dave Kikoski, Drummer: Jeff `Tain` Watts.
Bob's approach to learning Improvisation will lead the student to significant
improvement, even with limited practice time.
$60 - 45 minutes
$75 - 1 hour
$85 - 1 1/2 hours
Bob is also an excellent ensemble coach