Brass/Woodwinds

Pencarian berdasarkan alat musik (Brass/Woodwinds)

Jeff Coffin

Jeff Coffin

Jeff Coffin is internationally known saxophonist, composer and educator. He is the 3 time Grammy Award winning saxophonist (since 1997) of one of the most innovative and ground breaking fusion groups of the last 20 years, Bela Fleck & the Flecktones.

Daniele Damiano

Daniele Damiano

Damiano was born in 1961 in Asti, Italy, and graduated from Verdi Conservatory of Turin in 1982. Before coming to the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, he was a principal of bassoon in the RAI (Italian Radio) Orchestra of Turin (1982-85) and in the Vienna Philharmonic (1985-87).

Wycliffe Gordon

Wycliffe Gordon

A gifted trombonist, conductor, composer and arranger, world-renowned musician Wycliffe Gordon grew up in Waynesboro, Georgia in the United States. He was musically influenced at a young age by his father, Lucius Gordon, a classical pianist and teacher.

Peter-Lukas Graf

Peter-Lukas Graf

Born in Zurich, Switzerland, 1929. Peter-Lukas Graf studied flute with renowned flutist Andre Jaunet at the Die Zurcher Hochschule der kunste and Marcel Moyse and Roger Cortet at the Couservatoive National Suprieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris.

Jeffrey Khaner

Jeffrey Khaner

Born in 1958 in Montreal, Canada, Khaner studied at The Juilliard School under the tutelage of the late Julius Baker. After serving as co-principal of the Pittsburgh Symphony and principal of the Cleveland Orchestra and Atlantic Symphony Orchestra, he has been Principal Flute of the Philadelphia Orchestra since 1990.

Dave Koz

Dave Koz

In a career spanning two decades, Dave Koz has established himself as a platinum-selling artist, humanitarian, entrepreneur, radio host, and instrumental music advocate. A six-time GrammyR nominee, he was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2009.

Nobuya Sugawa

Nobuya Sugawa

Born 1961 in Saga Prefecture. After graduating from the present-day Tokyo University of the Arts, Nobuya Sugawa studied saxophone from Yuichi Omuro and made his professional debut after winning second place (no first place award) in the wind instrument category at the 51st Music Competition of Japan in 1982 and first place in the saxophone category at the 1st Japan Wind and Percussion Competition in 1984.

Phil Woods

Phil Woods

The name Phil Woods evokes in most jazz fans the image of a sizzling hot tone and an intensely driving rhythmic pulse, as well as improvisations that grab listeners and never release. He's an alto saxophone player (and clarinetist) whose lineage is clearly rooted in Charlie Parker, Benny Carter and Johnny Hodges.

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