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Bill Gati


William Gati Bom April 1O, 1959, in Rio Di Janeiro, Brazil Initially trained as a classical pianist (he studied at Juilliard from the age of 8), William Gati has been drawn to Jazz while studying with the great John Lewis (Modern Jazz Quartet). After graduating from City College (1981), he has played in various church venues and has been influenced by gospel music. He has also been involved in directing and performing in musicals and has been influences by the Broadway Show style. His greatest strength, however, is in improvising and performing jazz standards and original compositions. He has been influenced by Sir Roland Hanna (a good friend and Professor at Queens College), John Lewis (another friend), Herbie Hancock, Dr


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Juilliard Faculty Lukas Gabric Releases New Album "Labor Of Love - With Strings" - Available Now

Juilliard Faculty Lukas Gabric Releases New Album "Labor Of Love - With Strings" - Available Now

Saxophonist and Juilliard Faculty Lukas Gabric announces the release of his new album Labor of Love: Lukas Gabric with Strings on Alessa Records. Liner Notes for Labor of Love When Lukas Gabric asked me to write a bit about this excellent new recording, I knew it would be a pleasure to sit and listen to his ...


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Juilliard Jazz, Celebrating its 10th Year, Announces its 2010-2011 Season

Season Opens with its Faculty Ensemble, Juilliard Jazz Quintet, on September 21 Guest Artists During 2010-2011 Season Include: Trumpeter Jon Faddis as Soloist with the Juilliard Jazz Orchestra in the Miles Davis/Gil Evans Arrangement of Porgy and Bess on February 25, Plus Bassist John Clayton Performing with the Juilliard Jazz Orchestra on October 19, and Trombonist ...


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