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Jesse Neuman 240 East 46th St. # 12-B New York, NY 10017 917_783_4398 [email protected] www.jesseneumaninfo.weebly.com

Objective: composer / improviser/ educator / arts workshop developer + leader

Instruments: trumpet / cornet / flugelhorn /electric bass /drumset /computer programming + sampling / electronic sound manipulation (live and studio)

Chamber Music Composition (for improvising ensemble): Bruce Lee Band (music for electric/acoustic quartet: trumpet+ electronics / electric guitar + bass / double drumset), Mr. Hand Quartet (music for acoustic jazz quartet: trumpet / saxophone / piano / bass / drumset), DJ Squid, (music for rock/electronic a quartet: laptop / trumpet+ electronics / electric guitar + bass / drumset), Neuvis, (music for electric/acoustic trio: cornet+ electronics / electric guitar + laptop/ drumset), Panda (music for double quartet + electronics: cornet and sax + electronics / rhodes / organ / acoustic bass / electric bass / double drumset / percussion)

Computer Sound Design: Mike Gamble's Multimeteorchestra, (tour: Dark Days/ Bright Nights), rage_light duo (tour: Drawing Lightscapes, with annandalexxmakedances)

Horn Section Arrangements: Melomane (recording: Sol Re Sol, Glaciers), Bobby Bare Jr. (tour: Young Criminals, From the End of Your Leash), Caramelize (recording: We Can Take 'Em Down)

Performance Ensembles: Brooklyn Qawwali Party (devotional Sufi music from Pakistan), Samita Sinha and Kaash (Hindustani fusion), Josh Ritter, Ursa Minor, Rhoda Viva, Rob Jost (singer/songwriter), Pete Robbins and silent Z (electric jazz fusion), The Barbarians (funk, soul), Matisyahu (hip hop), Sessione Senese per la Musica e l'Arte Orchestra and Brass Quintet (western classical), ZDS (electronic trumpet quartet)

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