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Stephen Gauci

Stephen Gauci is a tenor saxophonist based in Brooklyn, NY. He is among the new vanguard of improvisors emerging in New York City. Some of the people he's performed with include William Parker, George Garzone, Sabir Mateen, Tony Malaby, James Emory, Ben Allison, Marc Helias, Matt Maneri, Roy Campbell Jr., Daniel Carter, Steve Swell, Mike Bisio, Jay Rosen, Lou Grassi, Whit Dickey, and Graham Haynes. In the past two years Steve has released eight records as a leader, as well as appearing as a prominant side man on three “Mike Bisio Quartet” releases. Gauci has performed at the Rochester International Jazz Festival, High Seirra Festival in Bear County, California, the Bumbershoot Festival, Seattle WA, the Folk Life Festival, Seattle WA, and the Earshot Jazz Festival, Seatlle WA.

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Primary Instrument

Sax, tenor

Willing to teach

Beginner to advanced

Credentials/Background

Lessons cover all aspects of musicianship including tone production, technique, reading, and improvisation. Beginners through advanced, children and adults welcome -references are available on request. Lessons are at my conveniently located downtown studio, or in your manhattan home. My rates are $50/hr or $40 for a 45 minute lesson. I offer a $10 discounted rate for students (with a valid student ID). Lessons cancelled less than 24 hrs in advance to be paid in full.

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Discography

 

THUNK!

Not Two Records
2013

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THUNK!

THUNK!

NotTwo Records
2012

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Three

Clean Feed Records
2010

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Substratum

Substratum

CIMP Records
2008

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Nididhyasana

Clean Feed Records
2008

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