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Michael Sarian

Born on a warm Tuesday morning in Canada, only to be whisked away to Argentina at the tender age of 1, Michael Sarian is a trumpeter and composer whose work has been described as "a steady study in dichotomy. With a wordless elegance, the New York City based musician is flexibly firm, loosely tight, and brightly dark. The innovations within his compositions are deceptively dramatic with varying degrees of a melodic sensibility." (Frank De Blase, Rochester City Newspaper) Michael relocated to New York City in 2012 to pursue a master’s degree in Jazz Studies at New York University, where he studied with great musicians such as Laurie Frink, Alan Ferber, Brad Shepik, Ralph Alessi and Mike Rodriguez


Michael Sarian & The Chadbones: Leon

Read "Leon" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Canadese di nascita, il trombettista e compositore Michael Sarian ha vissuto infanzia e adolescenza in Argentina assimilando vari elementi di quel patrimonio musicale. Dopo il trasferimento negli Stati Uniti nel 2012 -dove ha acquisito un master's degree in jazz studies alla New York University -guida un quartetto e una formazione orchestrale, esprimendo una ricca sintesi tra ...


Label: Zoho Music
Released: 2018
Track listing: León; No 3; Casquito;Your Words; Colorado Yeta; No 3 (Locust St. Remix).

The Escape Suite

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015
Track listing: Brett Atlas; Skirt Shock; North; Chain Mobile; Bruises; Bitch Whistle; Rise.


Michael Sarian & The Chabones: The Escape Suite

Read "The Escape Suite" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

When he was all of one year of age, trumpeter Michael Sarian relocated from his birthplace in Canada to Buenos Aires, Argentina. Learning from some of that country's top musicians, Sarian began touring in Europe while still a teenager. Having worked in rock, disco and big bands, he eventually moved to New York where he studied ...


New Album "Subtitles" From Trumpeter Michael Sarian Juggles Various Jazz Styles

New Album "Subtitles" From Trumpeter Michael Sarian Juggles Various Jazz Styles

My number-one favorite jazz piece remains to be “Feels So Good” (1977) by Chuck Mangione. Surprisingly, the second position has been occupied, that quickly, by the track called “El Poeta” from a newly released album, Subtitles (2014), by the now U.S.-based Canadian-Argentinian trumpeter/artist Michael Sarian. Not only for jazz aficionados but also for anyone who is ...


Interview: Trumpeter/Composer Michael Sarian

Q: What are your goals as an artist? A: Right now my goal is to keep busy: keep playing, keep composing, keep working. Working on new projects, teaching, working behind the scenes at a non-profit - everything affects the music, and the more I do, the more I’ll have to say musically. Long-term, my goal as ...


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