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Harry Scorzo

Harry Scorzo studied violin and composition at East Los Angeles College, Immaculate Heart College Conservatory, and privately with Mary Ann Ringold and master teacher Noumi Fischer. He has over thirty years of professional experience and is currently a professional violinist in the Los Angeles area, as well as a composer/arranger and teacher. His violin solos can be heard in the recordings of “Bongo Logic” (Rycodisk, Rhythm Safari, and Montuno Records) as well as in the motion picture soundtracks to “Envy”, “Rushmore”, “Rocky and Bullwinkle”, “Welcome To Collinwood” and "You Kill Me"


Susan Krebs Chamber Band Releases "Spring: Light Out Of Darkness" On Greengig Music

Susan Krebs Chamber Band Releases "Spring: Light Out Of Darkness" On Greengig Music

Spring: Light Out of Darkness is Susan Krebs’ sixth album as a leader and the second CD project for the Susan Krebs Chamber Band. “Spring" is the follow-up to the Chamber Band’s 2015 acclaimed release, Simple Gifts, taking the chamber band concept even further on this new project. Chamber music is defined as “music composed for ...


Jazz Violinist Harry Scorzo's New Album Lazy Thursday

Jazz Violinist Harry Scorzo's New Album Lazy Thursday

Harry Scorzo, one of the most skillful and original jazz violinists today, brings a group of masterful jazz veterans to play tunes he's written in tribute to his childhood jazz heros: Count Basie, Bill Evans, Miles Davis, and Herbie Hancock. You'll hear a pure, well crafted and mature jazz voice on the violin, great tunes, and ...


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