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Jason Camelio

Jason Camelio is a composer, arranger, songwriter, trombonist, guitarist and program developer. He leads his jazz octet Bending Dogma; co-founded the Big Bang Evolutionary Big Band (BBEBB), a jazz composers' workshop big band; and is a guitarist and songwriter in the rock group DÚBH (debut to be released in summer 2016). The BBEBB, the Fenway Brass Art Orchestra (for which he also was the co-director), Phil Wilson's Rainbow Band, Greg Hopkin's Concert Jazz Orchestra and the Big Band of the National Conservatory of Music - Dominican Republic have performed his original compositions and arrangements. As a trombonist, Jason performs on myriad recording sessions, at festivals and in various concerts around the globe

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The JCA Orchestra: Live At The BPC

Read "Live At The BPC" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

The JCA Orchestra has been an important part of the Boston jazz scene since it formed in 1985. Several of its recordings are dominated by the compositions of its leader, Darrell Katz, but this live concert from the Berklee Performance Center features works by several orchestra members other than Katz and gives a fuller picture of ...

This is DÚBH

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2016


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