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Tobiasz Siankiewicz

Tobiasz Siankiewicz is a Polish saxophonist and flautist based in New York City. After arriving in New York in 2012, Siankiewicz earned a degree in jazz performance from the City College of New York in 2017. During his time at CCNY he had the opportunity to study and/or perform with Steve Wilson, Jon Gordon, Jason Rigby, Mike Holober, Scott Reeves, Daniel Carillo, Dr. Lonnie Smith and Marvin Stamm. In 2018, he recorded his debut album with quintet entitled Time to Begin featuring musicians such as Bruce Harris and Clovis Nicolas. Born in Poland, Siankiewicz began his formal training at the age of 12

NEWS: TV / FILM

The Bebop Channel Expands As 'Official Television Network Of Harlem'—Seeks Content Submissions

The Bebop Channel Expands As 'Official Television Network Of Harlem'—Seeks Content Submissions

The BeBop Channel, the first TV station focused solely on jazz culture is expanding programming to brand itself the 'Official Television Network of Harlem'. The BeBop Channel (beboptv.com), the first television station focused solely on jazz culture, which launched in December 2018, is expanding its programming to brand itself the 'Official Television Network of Harlem' and is ...

ARTICLE: JAZZ ART

Making Miles For Kids

Read "Making Miles For Kids" reviewed by Keith Henry Brown

Miles Davis has been many things, but had not yet been the star of his own children's book. That is what I realized after being contacted by Kristen Nobles, the smart, resourceful editor of the newly formed children's' picture book imprint, Page Street Kids. I had just barely decided to give it a go in the ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Jorginho Neto Collective: Harlem

Read "Harlem" reviewed by James Nadal

American jazz musicians for years looked to the exciting rhythms and exotic melodies found in Brazilian music, to nourish the music's evolving nature. In a reversal of roles, the Jorginho Neto Collective, a Brazilian ensemble immersed in urban fusion-funk, step out of their native boundaries to prove that they can play from deep in the pocket, ...