Ethan Mann

Ethan Mann has lived in NYC since 1991. He is a guitarist, bandleader, sideman, composer and educator. As a bandleader he heads an organ trio with Greg Bandy and Chip Crawford. The trio plays jazz standards as well as creative treatments of modern pop songs. Mann also leads a trio with upright bass and drums which features his more intricate and moody compositions. Ethan features guest vocalists such as Eve Cornelious,Tessa Souter, Arlee Leonard, Roz Corral, Marion Cowings, Gregory Porter and many others on the first and third Saturday of the Month at Jules Bistro. He also works as a sideman with many great instrumentalists and vocalists at a wide variety of venues Including the Carlyle Hotel with Earl Rose and Paul Beaudry and the Anyway Cafe with Grace Garland. Ethan teaches guitar and has been member of the jazz faculty at Crestwood Music Education Center in Eastchester since 2004 and at Manna House Workshops in East Harlem since 2000.

Ethan is a graduate of the Manhattan School of Music where he studied guitar with Rodney Jones, Jack Wilkins and Chris Rosenberg He was chosen to play in master classes with Wynton Marsalis and Jim Hall. He was a member of the MSM Jazz Orchestra which performed concerts with guest artists such as Milt Hinton, and Maria Schneider. During Ethan's time in the orchestra, they recorded a CD called, The Composers Then and Now. At MSM, Mann explored the future and legacy of  jazz with a great faculty, and an extremely talented student body, which included Eric Harland, Eric Lewis and many others.

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Primary Instrument

Guitar

Willing to teach

Beginner to advanced

Credentials/Background

I have approximately 35 private students. I teach at home and at Manna House Workshops in East Harlem and Crestwood Music Education Center in Eastchester. I have some late morning slots available. I charge $60/ hr.

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Acoustic Project

Self Produced
2012

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It's All About A...

Self Produced
2010

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