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Ellery Eskelin

Ellery Eskelin was born on August 16th, 1959 and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. At age ten he began playing the tenor saxophone inspired by his mother “Bobbie Lee” who played Hammond B3 organ professionally in Baltimore in the early sixties. Eskelin earned a bachelor's degree in music from Towson University in Baltimore after which he spent a year and a half on the road with swing era trombonist Buddy Morrow. In 1983 Eskelin moved to New York City and began studies with saxophonists George Coleman and David Liebman while performing with a wide variety of musicians from the jazz world.

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Trio New York II
Prime Source Recordings
2013
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Mirage
Prime Source Recordings
2013
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Jazz Festival...
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2012
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Dirigo Rataplan
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2012
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