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Rob Hall

Biography Rob currently plays sopranino, soprano, alto and tenor saxes plus clarinet. After gaining a degree and diplomas at Manchester University and the Royal Northern College of Music, Rob Hall won a scholarship (worth half fees) to study at the U.S.A. Berklee College of Music under the tuition of Billy Pierce (Art Blakey etc.), Phil Wilson and others, specialising on both soprano saxophone and clarinet. Since then he has completed numerous tours with his own groups and projects. Performances and tours, along wth recordings and broadcasts for radio and television, have taken him throughout the UK, and to Germany, Italy, Romania, Poland, Czech Republic and USA. He has performed/recorded with Mike Stern, Danny Gottlieb, Kenny Wheeler, Jim Mullen, Julian Arguelles, Dave O'Higgins, Anne Martin Ingrid Henderson, Simon Thoumire Orchestra Matthew Herbert Big Band, Tam White, Chick Lyall , Brian Kellock, John Rae, Philipp van Endert , Petre Dvorsky and many others

The Beaten Path

Label: FMR Records
Released: 2005


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