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July 2008-

Currently living in Brooklyn, NY, jazz saxophonist Noah Preminger has been making a name for himself in the music community. Noah's playing and his group's concepts are influenced by genres ranging from classic to contemporary jazz, from hard rock to ambient music. He has performed extensively all over the northeast at venues such as the Hi-Hat (Providence), Scullers, Jordan Hall, Ryles Jazz Club (Boston), Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center, the Village Vanguard, Cornelia Street Cafe, Smalls Jazz Club (New York City), The Bushnell (Connecticut), Upstairs jazz club, L'absynthe (Montreal) and Twins Jazz club and Bossa Project (D.C.). Noah has had the opportunity to perform and work with Dave Liebman, John McNeil, Steve Davis, Nat Reeves, Dave Douglas, John Mastroianni, Joel Frahm, Dave Holland, John and Bucky Pizzarelli, Marvin Stamm, Jim McNeely, Phil Grenadier, Roscoe Mitchell, Bob Nieske, Cecil McBee, Bob Moses and others. As of recently, Noah has been an important member of other groups including his own Noah Preminger Sextet, the Dana Lauren Quintet, Low Road (with Eric Lane-pianist and Ruth Lepson-poet), the Bridget Kearney Group and the Nick Sanders Quintet. Noah earned his BM at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston. Noah's debut album, Dry Bridge Road, is now available on the Nowt Records label. You can purchase a copy at: http://www.nowtrecords.org/albums/noah-preminger-dry-bridge-road The band includes: Russ Johnson- trumpet, Ben Monder- guitar, Frank Kimbrough- piano, John Hebert- bass, Ted Poor- drums and Noah Preminger-saxophone

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Preminger's Debut CD, Dry Bridge Road:

“More than just a promising starting point, this is a display of integrity; here’s a musician you feel you can trust... Preminger’s album “Dry Bridge Road” is unusually graceful... [he] plays with care and dry precision, dividing his time among all registers, with even tone and projection in each.” - Ben Ratliff, New York Times

“Noah Preminger's impressive premiere, Dry Bridge Road, offers a tantalizing glimpse into the future of an up-and-coming artist.” - Troy Collins, All About Jazz

“Preminger is a more than promising young tenor saxophonist whose cohorts on this recording debut reflect the esteem in which he is held..

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Primary Instrument

Saxophone, tenor

Credentials/Background

I teach out of my place in Brooklyn and in the area. Please contact me for rates and availability. [email protected]

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Albums

Album Night Devoid of Stars by Daniel Hersog

Night Devoid of Stars

Cellar Records
2020

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Album From Where We Came by Michael Feinberg

From Where We Came

Steeplechase Productions
2020

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Album Zigsaw: Music Of Steve Lampert by Noah Preminger

Zigsaw: Music Of...

Self Produced
2019

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Album Whispers And Cries by Noah Preminger

Whispers And Cries

Red Piano Records
2018

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Album Genuinity by Noah Preminger

Genuinity

Criss Cross
2018

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Album The Chopin Project by Noah Preminger

The Chopin Project

Connection Works Records
2018

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Cloud Break

Cloud Break

Noah Preminger
Night Devoid of Stars

Nocturne Op. 27 No. 1 in C# minor

Nocturne Op. 27 No. 1 in C# minor

Noah Preminger
The Chopin Project

Halfway to Hartford

Halfway to Hartford

Noah Preminger
Genuinity

The 99 Percent

The 99 Percent

Noah Preminger
Meditations on Freedom

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