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    Next Station is the album that the Cuban jazz saxophonist and pianist Rafael Garcés just released. Follower of the work of John Coltrane and the cubop created by New York musicians Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, Machito, Mario Bauza, Garcés brings us an impeccable work, with its own nuances but akin to modern jazz tradition that thrives on this occasion with accents of Afro-Cuban, blues and flamenco music.
    For this occasion, Garcés has surrounded himself with a group of high-quality musicians, including which we can highlight the presence of a special guest, Ignacio Berroa, one of the drummers with the most influence in jazz today.

  • "Lover Man"Sonny Stitt,Walter Bishop,Tommy Potter,Kenny Clarke.

    "Lover Man" writtten by Jimmy Davis, Roger ("Ram") Ramirez, and James Sherman.
    Sonny Stitt Alto Sax,
    Walter Bishop Piano.
    Tommy Potter Bass,
    Kenny Clarke Drums.

    This clip was uploaded in accordance with the fair use clause for educational purposes only.

  • 1992 - To Diz With Love - Bebop

    Freddie Hubbard, Jon Faddis, Red Rodney, Claudio Roditi, Roy Hargrove (tp), Antonio Hart (as), James Moody (as,ts), Jimmy Heath (ts), Slide Hampton (tb), Danilo Perez (p), George Mraz (b), Lewis Nash (dr)
    Vienne, 1992

  • Alex Hahn with Strings - The Song is You

    Excited to release this video of one of my newest arrangements!! This is my arrangement of The Song is You featuring a string quartet and rhythm section. Enjoy and please subscribe!

    Video - Alex Chaloff
    Recording/Mixing - Ryan Stewart

    Alex Hahn - Alto Sax/Arranger
    Jacob Mann - Piano
    Brian Ward - Acoustic Bass
    Ryan Shaw - Drums
    Shawn Cai - Violin
    Yu Ting Wu - Violin
    Brandon Encinas - Viola
    Billy Tobenkin - Cello

  • An Evening with Pat Martino: A Dave Frank Master Class The Dave Frank School of Jazz in New York City has two locations in midtown Manhattan. Dave teaches his in-person and online classes at his studio on East 52nd St., and records his master classes and performs at HARI NYC, a kundalini yoga/jazz center on W 30th St. near Penn Station.

    A free consultation is usually offered upon request for both in-person and online lessons. The consultation is a time to meet with Dave, discuss your musical goals and musical history, and receive a prospective course of study. Lessons are offered to students at all levels, and for all ages 13 and up.

    The keyboard curriculum offered at the DFS of J includes all modern musical styles, including all forms of jazz, blues, rock, pop, boogie, keyboard accompaniment, fusion, etc. Lessons in improvisation are also offered to players of all instruments with 2 or more years of experience playing in any style.

  • Branford Marsalis Quartet, Kurt Elling - Upward Spiral EPK

    Music video by Branford Marsalis Quartet, Kurt Elling performing Upward Spiral EPK. (C) 2016 Marsalis Music, LLC., under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

  • Brother Ray - Ray Charles - Takin' Care of Business

    From the video podcast series, Ray Charles, Genius, an intimate look at the man behind the man, from those who knew him well.

  • Bruce Williams visiting the Vandoren advisory studio in NYC

    Ensemble coach Juilliard Jazz
    Adjunct Prof. of Saxophone at Bard College
    Faculty member of Jazz House Kids

  • Carolina Shout - Loose Ligatures

    Loose Ligatures, a saxophone duo featuring Sumner Truax and Will Obst, performs Carolina Shout, arranged by Fred Sturm.

  • Chris Potter Relaxin At the Camarillo, duo with Christian McBride

  • Composing and Arranging - JIMMY HEATH

    Jimmy Heath, who has written over 135 Jazz compositions and many more arrangements, discusses his work. This excerpt is from "Passing the Torch" a new documentary by Bret Primack. For more info:

  • COURTNEY PINE - concert in Moscow, 2000

    COURTNEY PINE - concert in Moscow, 2000
    Tchaikovsky Concert Hall

    Courtney Pine - saxophone (tenor, soprano)
    Mary Pearce - vocal
    Cameron Pierre - Guitar
    Robert Fordjour - Drums, Mary Pearce - Vocals
    Peter Martin - Bass
    Phillip Gordon (Sparki) - Hardware / Programmer
    Dennis Rollins - Trombone
    Alex Wilson - Keyboards

  • David Liebman is the Cosmic Saxman - David Liebman

    The Saxophone Summit's "Seraphic Light," featuring David Liebman, Joe Lovano, Ravi Coltrane, Phil Markowitz, Cecil McBee and Billy Hart.

    David Liebman is featured in this episode "Cosmic Saxman."

    Rehearsal and recording of David Liebman's composition "Alpha Omega."

    Video Podcast Concept/Production
    Bret Primack

  • Dr. Paul Cohen: "Vintage Saxophones" | Talks at Google

    Classical saxophonist Dr. Paul Cohen visits Google to discuss the history of the saxophone and demonstrate rare instruments from his collection. Learn more about Dr. Paul Cohen and his saxophone collection on his web site,

  • Duo Vincent DAVID / Jean-Charles RICHARD - 130 years Henri SELMER Paris - SaxOpen Strasbourg 2015

    Mise en ligne le 3 nov. 2015

    Duo Vincent DAVID / Jean-Charles RICHARD - 130 years Henri SELMER Paris - SaxOpen Strasbourg 2015

    All the video presentation of the Henri SELMER Paris 130 years at the SaxOpen here :

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    Toute la vidéo de la présentation 130 ans Henri SELMER Paris lors du SaxOpen ici :

    ©Boulevard des Productions

  • Evan Gidley- The Nature of Sound

    Performed live on April 3, 2016 at Evan's Senior Recital at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne. Composed by Evan Gidley
  • Faustus Suite for saxophone, guitar and piano by John Plant

    Faustus Suite for saxophone, guitar and piano by American composer John Plant

    William Chien: Alto Saxophone
    Stefan Skrilecz: Guitar
    Kate Kang: Piano

    Program Notes from composer:
    The original version of this work, Faustus: A SaxOpera, for alto saxophone and large wind ensemble, was commissioned by World-Wide Concurrent Premieres and Commissioning Fund, and received its first performance in Boston on October 6, 2016, with Jennifer Bill as soloist and the Boston University Wind Ensemble conducted by David J. Martins. Tristan de Borba, who gave the Canadian premiere of the full version on February 10, 2017, commissioned a chamber version for saxophone, harp and piano, which he presented at a conference of the North American Saxophone Alliance on February 18. The present version, a reimagining of Acts I, II and IV of the SaxOpera for saxophone, guitar, and piano, was composed at the request of William Chien and Stefan Skrilecz, for performance at the World Saxophone Congress in Croatia, in the summer of 2018.
    The work is inspired by Gertrude Stein's magnificent libretto on the Faust myth, 'Doctor Faustus Lights the Lights". The saxophone personifies and brings life to the principal characters, delineating the individuality of each by stylistic means, while the guitar and piano establish the emotional and physical atmosphere of the Steinian world. At certain passages, the music articulates the precise rhythm of Stein’s prose. It is not necessary to know the narrative of the SaxOpera to follow and enjoy the music, any more than it is for Schoenberg's Transfigured Night, or Strauss's Till Eulenspiegel. But in each case the story adds an extra imaginative dimension. My intention is to imbue the work with an authentically operaMc idiom, together with the theatrical intensity inherent in the form: hence the designation: SaxOpera.

    I have been obsessed with Stein’s text for many years; I used it as the basis for a dance piece in 1980, and a chamber opera with piano in 1988. The music (apart from a few moMvic germs) is quite new; I see Gertrude Stein's masterpiece with new eyes (and ears) after many decades of marinating!

    John Plant

  • Global Warming and Why We Must LIve LIghtly on Planet Earth - Sonny Rollins

    "I'd rather think of myself as a spirit," Sonny Rollins tells Bret Primack in this raw interview from January, 2006, done in Sonny's shed at his home in Germantown, New York. Sonny discusses global warming, both his song, and what's happening to the planet.

  • Happy 90th Birthday Jimmy Heath

    Jimmy Heath turns 90 October 25, 2016. Here, Sonny Rollins, Antonio Hart and Evan Sherman pay tribute to this remarkable man.

  • Herbie Hancock - Chameleon (Live) Umbria jazz '94

    Herbie Hancock - piano
    Bennie Maupin - saxophone
    Terri Lyne Carrington - drums
    & other

    Live in Umbria jazz '94

    #HerbieHancock #Chameleon
    #jazz #music #fusion #pop #funk #soul #disco #groove
    #Italy #UmbriaJazz