b. 1970, Racine, Wisconsin, USA. As a kid Frahm researched piano and in addition performed bassoon but while in 8th grade on the Stephen Bull Great Arts College where he previously tuition from music instructor Gary Mollenkopf, he started playing tenor saxophone. In 1985 he relocated with his family members to Western Hartford, Connecticut, where, mainly because students at William H. Hall SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, he came beneath the wing of Expenses Stanley, creator of the institution jazz music group. It was right here that Frahm also experienced fellow students with an intention in jazz. One was a drummer called Expenses Dobrow, another was pianist Brad Mehldau. Frahm and Mehldau created what was to become long-lasting and effective musical romantic relationship. They teamed up for any every week engagement at an area golf club, a portent of very much to arrive. While playing within the senior high school jazz music group, Frahm also augmented his musical understanding by hearing records by performers such as Artwork Blakey, Freddie Hubbard, Horace Sterling silver and Mls Davis, having to pay particular focus on saxophonists Wayne Shorter, Bob Berg and Charlie Parker. After departing senior high school in 1988, Frahm went to Rutgers University to get a year before moving towards the Manhattan College of Music, and pursuing graduation using a Bachelor of Arts level in Jazz Efficiency he moved into Betty Carter’s Jazz Forward workshop. Thereafter, he used Maynard Ferguson and Larry Goldings and was also an associate of Mehldau’s early 90s quartet with bass participant Dwayne Burno and drummer Greg Hutchinson. In 1996, Frahm, who also has soprano saxophone, reached the semi-final from the Thelonious Monk competition. Following a 1998 duo fundraiser concert with Mehldau, with respect to their old senior high school, the set recorded within this file format including 2004’s Don’t Explain. In the first 00s, Frahm toured and documented with Jane Monheit, showing up on GOING FOR A Opportunity On Like. In Oct 2004, Frahm was again at his senior high school, this time along with his quartet, for another advantage concert, this time around with respect to Presents of Music, a nonprofit community group that collaborates with Hartt College of Music to supply local college students with music lessons. A program with Kenny Barron, Rufus Reid and Victor Lewis, the users of Stan Getz’s wonderful quartet, created We UTILIZED TO Dance in 2007. Not merely does Frahm possess full command from the musical instruments he plays, he’s inventive and daring in his playing. The verve and passion he provides for his music is certainly completely communicated to fellow music artists and audiences as well.