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Uri Gurvich

Blessed and raised in Israel, alto saxophonist and jazz composer Uri Gurvich initial began using the saxophone in age 10. He examined on the Rimon College in Israel and was an associate from the Tel Aviv Jazz Orchestra before relocating towards the U.S. and Boston in 2003 to wait Berklee …

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Chris Speed

A key person in the Brooklyn innovative jazz community, clarinetist and tenor saxophonist Chris Rate was raised in the Seattle area. Rate was first released to traditional music and performed the piano and clarinet before getting thinking about improvisation as well as the tenor saxophone during senior high school. He …

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Orange Then Blue

What started simply because just a little big music group from Boston that played original preparations of Charles Mingus, Miles Davis, and Thelonious Monk compositions grew exponentially. Led by drummer George Schuller, boy from the renowned Gunther Schuller, OTB became even more of a representation from the downtown NY scene. …

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Andy Laster

Alto/baritone saxophonist and composer Andy Laster was created in 1961, was raised on Long Isle, and studied jazz in Seattle’s Cornish Institute before moving to NEW YORK in 1985. His initial documenting, Hippo Stomp, made an appearance over the Sound Aspects label in 1989. This record was accompanied by two …

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Pachora

Pachora formed in the past due ’90s, melding Middle Eastern and Eastern Western musical affects into melodic and multi-rhythmic instrumental music. The music group consists of a fantastic and tasteful band of wise players: percussionist Jim Dark, clarinetist Chris Speed, guitarist Brad Shepik (who also takes on saz), and bassist …

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Tim Berne’s Bloodcount

Bloodcount stands among the features of Tim Berne’s multifaceted music career. The music group was among Berne’s principal innovative outlets through the 1990s — resurrected once again during the brand-new millennium — along with a fertile surface for his exclusive compositional and improvisational strategies. For a lot of the ’90s, …

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James Falzone

Chicago-based clarinetist James Falzone is usually in the vanguard of contemporary players who utilize the solid wood horn as their primary instrument. Born Sept 1, 1971, his education started in earnest along with his uncle, Wayne DiPasquale, a tenor saxophonist and film composer. He launched Falzone to fellow Chicagoan and …

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Ingrid Laubrock

A saxophonist that has garnered international acclaim particularly in avant jazz circles, German-born Ingrid Laubrock has seemingly heeded a contact to travel western, initial gathering notice on her behalf function in London’s vibrant creative jazz community before jumping the fish-pond and creating a name for herself within the cutting-edge improvised …

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Brad Shepik

Brad Shepik is definitely one of several great players (such as for example Jim Dark, Chris Rate, and Briggan Krauss) to go to N.Con.C. from Seattle in the first ’90s to create their mark within the downtown picture. His flexibility on your guitar offers led to carrying out and/or documenting …

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New Klezmer Trio

THE BRAND NEW Klezmer Trio is several three high-caliber musicians who make klezmer-rooted jazz — often with a significant rock edge. Electric powered bassist Dan Seamans sometimes uses results pedals which are more often within thrash rock and roll than jazz, clarinetist Ben Goldberg occasionally performs “fender reverb clarinet,” and …

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