Dennis Winge

Dennis Winge is a jazz guitarist, a freelance pop/rock/soul guitarist and bassist, and a guitar teacher in the Westchester and greater New York area. Dennis has been playing guitar since he was 7 years old and bass since he was 12, and has studied with some of NYC's finest guitarists including Ron Parmentier and Jack Wilkins.

Dennis played his first bar gig when he was 16, and has been a bandleader since his early 20s, when he headed the main campus function band “The Institutionalized” while attending Manhattan College. Later, he became the musical director for Ikonographics Videos, Inc.

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Review of “Live '06” CD

A versatile guitarist and bassist who has worked in a countless number of settings in the studios, Dennis Winge is also a talented jazz guitarist. Based in New York, Winge at various times on Live ‘06 recalls Barney Kessel, Jim Hall and Pat Martino, but he definitely has his own sound and approach to the modern jazz mainstream. Performing a diverse assortment of standards ranging from “Limehouse Blues” and “How High The Moon” to the introspective “Blue In Green” and Wayne Shorter’s “Footprints” plus his own original “The Carrot,” Winge engages in lively and near-telepathic interplay with several different bassists and drummers

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Ossining, NY


Dennis always makes room for new students of any level provided they are motivated. Call him directly at 917-566-5095 for rates & availability.



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