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David Howard (Guitarist / Composer / Arranger / Educator) performs throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. He is a sensitive and exciting musician influenced by many great jazz, blues and funk artists. David Howard is a Professor at Berklee College of Music in Boston. He's a guitarist, composer, arranger and leader on many recordings including “Souvenirs” featuring Kenwood Dennard. “Clouds”, “Almost Carefree”, and “Block Island Summer” with the Joe Parillo Ensemble, and “Autumn Leaves” with Dave Rasmussen Jazz Orchestra. Dave has Performed tours and clinics in Europe, and has worked as a Composer and Performer on various jingles. Some European work includes: Roccella Jazz Festival / Clinics with the Dave Howard Calabrese 5tet Project. Cortale' Jazz festival, Calabria, Italy Umbria Jazz Clinics with Berklee College of Music, Umbria, Italy. Dave leads his group in high energy live performances and recordings of contemporary jazz/funk original compositions.


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Primary Instrument

Guitar, electric

Location

Boston

Willing to teach

Advanced only

Credentials/Background

BERKLEE COLLEGE OF MUSIC PROFESSOR

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Albums

Album Infinite Blu by Dave Howard

Infinite Blu

Monomyth Media & Dave Howard
2017

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Album Souvenirs by Dave Howard

Souvenirs

Neoga Records
2001

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