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Jason Miles

In an industry where copycatting and contrivance is too often encouraged and true creativity and innovation is needed but not always rewarded, Jason Miles has stood his ground as a true musical visionary. From his groundbreaking synth programming on Miles Davis' 80s masterpieces Tutu, Music From Siesta and Amandla to his current partnership with DJ Logic in the pioneering global fusion group Global Noize, the Grammy Award winning New York native-dubbed by one insightful veteran journalist as the “Quincy Jones of Contemporary Jazz”-has consistently brought the highest level of artistry to his multi-faceted recordings (as both producer and artist) and live performances.

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Primary Instrument

Keyboard

Location

Washingtonville, NY

Willing to teach

Advanced students only.

Clinic/Workshop Information

I do clinics that teach everything from how to be a great producer to performance to the art of understanding the music business.have taught at Berklee, Manhattan School of Music, Ithaca College. 35 years of experience.

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