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Josh Sinton

Raised in New Jersey, Josh Sinton has gone on to perform and study throughout the world. After living in Europe and the Middle East during high school, he moved to Chicago where he studied music at both the University of Chicago and the AACM. He left the country again to travel through Europe and Asia. While in India he briefly joined Habib Tanvir’s Naya theater company as a member of the road crew while they toured through the western provinces. When he returned to Chicago, he took up the baritone saxophone and began studies with Ari Brown and Ken Vandermark. He also began performing with Chicago bands and providing sound design and original compositions for Chicago area theaters and choreographers

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”Lizard Brain” conjured some large, unwieldy beast trying to sing a delicate aria, then raging in frustration at its failure. (Polyphemus?) Baritone saxophonist Josh Sinton blew up a storm over a lurching 13/8 funk beat.” —Steve Smith

”Josh is a beautifully well-rounded musician whose sensitivity and dedication to improvised music shine in every setting he plays.” —Dominique Eade

Primary Instrument

Sax, baritone

Location

Brooklyn, NY

Willing to teach

Advanced students only.

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