Trombonist Jacob Garchik was created Oct 12, 1976, in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, CA. His mom performed the piano in the home, and from age group ten, Jacob required daily music group and jazz classes within the San Francisco general public school system beneath the tutelage of Ko Takemoto and Ron Madden, and he also analyzed traditional trombone with Doug Thorley. Moving towards the Manhattan College of Music in 1994, he analyzed briefly with Steve Turre, after that continued his traditional teaching with David Finlayson and David Taylor. He spent some time working extensively using the Lee Konitz New non-et since 1997. Garchik offers contributed plans and transcriptions for the Kronos Quartet of compositions by Thelonious Monk, and musics from China, Korea, Iraq, and Iran. Like a freelancer, he’s followed the Ohad Talmor/Steve Swallow Sextet, Judith Berkson, the John Hollenbeck Huge Outfit, the Ben Gerstein Collective, the Four Hand bags, Justin Mullens & the Delphian Jazz Orchestra, the Mingus Big Music group offering Elvis Costello, the machine Music group from Haiti, nation musician Billy Gillman, Jackie Cain, and Paul Anka. He offers collaborated with composers Joe Maneri, Anthony Braxton, Anthony Coleman, and Wayne Tenney, choreographers Yoshiko Chuma and Anita Cheng, as well as the Theatre of the Two-Headed Calf. On the planet fusion region, Garchik spent some time working with Golem, Frank London’s Klezmer Brass Allstars, Metropolitan Klezmer, Isle of Klezbos, Greg Wall’s Simcha All-Stars, Aaron Alexander’s Midrash Mish Mosh, Judith Berkson’s East River Orchestra, What I LOVE About Jew, German Goldenshteyn, Michael Alpert, Slavic Spirit Party!, Eugene Hütz, and Gogol Bordello. Garchik also takes on bass trombone, tuba, accordion, pc, and piano.
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