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D.D. Jackson

D.D. Jackson is an award-winning jazz pianist/composer whose work spans 12 CD’s as leader or co-leader (including two for the major label RCA Victor/BMG) featuring almost entirely original material. His most recent CDs are Serenity Song (2006 Justin Time), Suite for New York (2003 Justin Time) (a meditation on the events of 9/11), and Sigame, a Latin-tinged work featuring drummer extraordinaire Dafnis Prieto

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Primary Instrument

Piano

Location

Jackson Heights, NY

Willing to teach

Intermediate to advanced students

Credentials/Background

Author of "Living Jazz", Downbeat magazine, a column that has been running bi-monthly for 5 years covering all aspects of being a jazz musician in this day and age, from performance/composition, to business and everything in between and associated D.D. Jackson's Living Jazz Podcast"

Adjunct Professor, Long Island University; 2005-present

Private lessons (composition/jazz piano performance): 1990-present

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