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Brad Linde is a saxophonist, pianist, composer/arranger, educator and bandleader living in the Washington D.C. metro area. His approach to the saxophone and improvising has drawn comparison to the melodic nature and easy swing of modern jazz titans including Lester Young, Allen Eager, Wardell Gray, Zoot Sims, Warne Marsh, and Lucky Thompson. Linde has performed with jazz greats such as Barry Harris, Butch Warren, Ted Brown, Eddie Bert, Jimmy Wormworth, Freddie Redd, Slide Hampton, and Dan Tepfer, Gretchen Parlato, Chris Byars, Ari Roland, John Mosca, Jon Metzger, and Jim Ketch. He has performed in Germany and Austria, and at the East Coast Jazz Festival, Duke Ellington Jazz Festival, The Smithsonian Institute, The John F


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Mr. Konitz Goes To Washington

Mr. Konitz Goes To Washington

This week Washington DC hosts legendary alto saxophonist Lee Konitz in three different settings at three different venues. On Wednesday, September 21, Mr. Konitz will join pianist Dan Tepfer and DC-based saxophonist Brad Linde at the University of the District of Columbia. The Felix Grant Jazz Archives presents the first JAZZForum of the season as the ...


Feeling That Way Now

Label: Bleebop Records
Released: 2009


News: Performance / Tour

Tribute to Lester Young with the Brad Linde Ensemble

Tribute to Lester Young with the Brad Linde Ensemble

The Brad Linde Ensemble celebrates the 100th Birthday of Tenor Saxophonist Lester Young with several performances in 2009. On August 26, 2009, the Brad Linde Ensemble pays tribute to the “President of the Tenor Saxophone" at Washington DC's historic Bohemian Caverns. Show starts at 8pm and will feature tenor saxophonists Brian Settles, Charles Phaneuf, Matt Rippetoe, ...


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