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Frank Stagnitta

In the last four decades, Frank Stagnitta has made a name for himself on the international jazz scene performing with players such as Chet Baker, Zoot Sims, Phil Woods, Woody Shaw, Charles McPherson, Mingus Dynasty, Barbara Morrison, Eddie Gomez, Guis Hendricks, and Tom Harrell. From 1985 to 2000 he was living in Holland, teaching at Konenlijk Conservatory in The Hague and performing at jazz festivals throughout Europe with people like Sal Nistico/Rachel Gould Quintet, Domagoy Rolinsic, Gjis Hendriks, Douglas Sides, and Benny Bailey. Recently, Frank came back to the United States, and for a short time, he returned to his home in Syracuse New York.


Label: Spider Records
Released: 2009


B.J. Jansen to Release His Fourth Album, "Syracuse Connection," Featuring Frank Stagnitta

B.J. Jansen to Release His Fourth Album, "Syracuse Connection," Featuring Frank Stagnitta

B.J. Jansen to release his fourth Album, Syracuse Connection, featuring Frank Stagnitta on JansenMusic Records, LLC - USA Release date: November 6th, 2009 at 11:06:09 AM. Syracuse Connection features four new original compositions by B.J. Jansen and one new composition from Frank Stagnitta with two additional Jansen arrangements ...


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