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Lynn Ligammari Lynn Ligammari

Lynn performs regularly with Thought, The Al Chez Brothers of Funk band, The Sax Cartel, Hylofi, The Funktional Allstars, The LLDuo, The LL Quartet, and the Mad Collective. In addition, she has been fortunate to work and perform with Dick Oatts, Wycliffe Gordon, Les McCann, Mike Gordon (Phish), the Temptations, Harold Jones (Count Basie), Dave Rivello, Mocean Worker, and La Buya. Lynn holds a Bachelor's and Master's degree from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY. Specializing in both Jazz and Classical saxophone, she has studied under the direction of Walt Weiskopf, Dave Schiavione, Fred Sturm, David Demsey, Chienkwan Lin, Ramon Ricker and Chris Azzara. While at Eastman, Lynn performed in a number of ensembles including the Eastman Jazz Ensemble, New Jazz Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, Ossia, Chamber Ensemble and Jazz Performance workshop. As a freelance musician in Rochester, she was a member of the Dave Rivello Ensemble, the Music Educators Wind Ensemble, the Half-Ton Horns, M6 and the New Energy Big Band. Lynn is a Teaching Artist for the Lincoln Center Institute of the Arts, and Midori & Friends in New York, and is a Conn-Selmer Artist.


Conn-Selmer artist


Primary Instrument



New York City


-Masters Degree in Music Education and Jazz Performance from the Eastman School of Music -Teaching Artist for Lincoln Center Institute for the Performing Arts In Education -Teaching Artist for Midori & Friends, NYC -Private instruction available for all levels -Flexible rates and hours



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