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Jon De Lucia

Jon De Lucia is a Brooklyn based saxophonist and composer. Originally from Quincy, MA, Jon has become an integral part of the New York scene. Predominantly a student of jazz, he also has a deep interest in the folkloric music and instruments of Cuba, Japan, Ireland and Italy, having performed on a variety of ethnic flutes, drums and stringed instruments. Jon has led his groups and played as a sideman in Boston, New York and all over Japan with such musicians as Tommy Crane, David Tronzo, Bob Moses, Bob Gullotti, John Lockwood and Thomas Morgan among others. He leads the Jon De Lucia Group, and the baroque improvising Luce Trio. He continues to compose, perform and teach privately in New York City.


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Composer & jazz sax-er Jon De Lucia is a soul on a mission!! He & his totally committed sextet wash us viably with his vision of how he views original music. The result is a player who is perfectly at home creating blues, bebop, free jazz, fusion, probably even the classical idiom. I sense that Jon is one of those artist…..A visionary & true artist constantly searching & growing as he plies his trade. With his highly original approach to this art-form, De Lucia is one of those comprehensively gifted musical craftsmen with flawless technique, plus an abundance of compositional ideas.

-George W

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Primary Instrument

Saxophone, alto

Willing to teach

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Credentials/Background

Have taught in private and public schools for over 9 years. Mainly woodwinds, but also guitar, piano and drums. Please contact for more information.

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As The River Sings

Fresh Sound Records
2017

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Pieces, Vol. 1

Jonji Music
2012

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Face No Face

JMMusic
2007

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Face No Face

Jonji Music
2006

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Pieces

Self Produced (Kickstarter)
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The Dinosaurs

From: Pieces, Vol. 1
By Jon De Lucia

Lascia Ch'io Pianga

From: Pieces
By Jon De Lucia

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