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LIBBY RICHMAN Alto Saxophone, Composer

Composer, saxophonist Libby Richman leads an ensemble that plays original contemporary jazz. Her sound echoes many influences including Classical, Latin, and current music. . Libby has shared the stage with jazz luminaries Lou Donaldson, Onaje Allan Gumbs, Cameron Brown, Virginia Mayhew, Eddie Bert, and drummer Sylvia Cuenca. Concerts and events: The Newark Museum (Jazz in Bloom, sponsored by WBGO); The Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, NJ; Mid-day Jazz at St. Peter‘s Jazz Ministry; The Sarah Lawrence College Graduation Reception; Sunset Soiree at Boscobel, Garrison, NY; Look, Listen, Lunch - Celebrate Summer in Midtown, sponsored by the Grand Central Partnership; Jazz Forum Arts at Untermyer Park; “The Art of Music” series at The Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University. NYC club appearances include Birdland, The 55 Bar, Kavehaz, The Bitter End, The Garage, Swing 46, and Sweet Rhythm. In 2011 Ms. Richman will lead her jazz group at Cleopatra’s Needle, The East Meadow Public Library, and the Town of Oyster Bay’s Distinguished Artist Concert Series, at the Farmingdale Library. She is a Meet the Composer grant recipient. Libby has presented her educational concert “A Guided Tour of Jazz” at libraries throughout the tri-state area. Her love of the guitar is the inspiration for her most recent CD “Open Strings,” released in 2010

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Album OPEN STRINGS by Libby Richman


Self Produced




Anna Acevedo Lyman Anna Acevedo Lyman
voice / vocals
Craig Yaremko Craig Yaremko
Heidi Hepler Heidi Hepler
voice / vocals
Bunny Brunel Bunny Brunel
bass, acoustic
Eugene Marlow Eugene Marlow
Gabriele Tranchina Gabriele Tranchina
voice / vocals

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