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Endemic Ensemble

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Founded by bassist Steve Messick in early 2010, the Endemic Ensemble is a modern jazz quintet based in Seattle, Washington with Messick on double bass, Travis Ranney on tenor and soprano saxophones, Matso Limtiaco on baritone saxophone and bass clarinet, David Franklin on piano, and Christian Krehbiel on drums. The music, composed by Messick, Franklin, and Limtiaco, is influenced by '60s hard bop, big band, and 19th and 20th century classical music, and is described as having "swinging rhythm, great tunes and purposeful playing - always in the service of the song, and usually anchored in the blues" (Lucid Culture)

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Elad Gellert

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Elad Gellert was born in Jerusalem, Israel 1985. He started to play the saxophone at the age of 10. After having studied in the Jerusalem Academy Of Music for two years, he then transferred to The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, where he graduatied with a Bachelor’s degree in Jazz Performance. He studied with musical jazz legends such as Arnie Lawrence, Jimmy Owns, Reggie workman, Chris Cheek, Vincent Herring, and Ari Hoenig. Elad preformed in events such as The International Red Sea Jazz Festival, The International Israeli Festival in Jerusalem,The Jerusalem White Night's Festival in Israel, and at various New York venues, such asThe Nuyorican Poets Cafe, and The Jazz Standard.

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David Larsen

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David Larsen is a composer, saxophonist and educator. He has worked with a variety of artists including Ken Peplowski, Francisco Torres, Dave Glenn, Ron Vincent, Bill Mays, Dean Johnson, and the internationally acclaimed jazz vocalist Halie Loren. He is featured on Halie Loren's album Butterfly Blue (2015). In 2018 and 2019, David’s compositions Applied Physics and Bright Days won Editor’s Choice from JW Pepper Inc. These compostions and other are availbe from Dapper Page Music. His music has been performed by a wide variety of groups around the U.S. and the United Kingdom

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Giuseppe Doronzo

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Giuseppe Doronzo is an Italian saxophonist and composer. After classical and contemporary studies in Italy, and jazz studies in Groningen, he moved to Amsterdam where he became an active member of the European improvised scene. He focuses his research on the baritone saxophone, aiming to explore a vocabulary that goes through contemporary classical music, jazz improvisation and non-western music. In 2018 he released his first baritone sax solo album “GOYA” on his record label, Tora Records. In 2015 he recorded a solo piece for the dutch dancer and choreographer Cora Bos-Kroese titled “Two ways towards”, that was played and performed at the New York University (NYC). He can be seen among his current projects as Solo, Falga, AVA Trio, Michael Moore Bigtet, All Ellington, XP7. He has been giving music workshops in several spaces and institutions in Europe together with the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, Stedelijke Muziekschool (The Netherlands), Arkestra Lab foundation (Italy), Marmara University of Arts (Turkey). He has worked with creative artists covering various fields of the national and international art including: Michael Moore, Joe Lovano, Chris Potter, Mariem Hassan, Vince Mendoza, Han Bennink, NDR Big Band, João Bosco, Kiko Freitas, Robin Eubanks, Paolo Fresu, Tullio De Piscopo, Taylor Ho Bynum, Steve Potts,Ralph Alessi, Irene Aebi Lacy, Jim Black

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Peter Karlsson

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Saxophone player playin Yanagisawa baritone since 1996. Plays in different setting, mainstream to folk and small group setting. For some years did duo jazz with pianist Rickard Jonsson, hade records on mp3.com before that site closed down. Now there is one tune on Spotify (Karlsson Jazz - My Romance) and som material on soundcloud. Im not professional but have made about 100 gigs by now. Plan is to retire 2020 and start practicing more to get to higher level.

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Esdras Nogueira

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Baritone saxophone player Esdras Nogueira is 37 years old and was born in Brasilia, Brazil. He is a member of Móveis Coloniais de Acaju, one of the most important independent bands in Brazil and also has solo work with the baritone saxophone and Brazilian music. In 2000, prior to initiating his research on baritone saxophone, he worked as a musician in circus shows featuring Brazilian music during two years in Germany and Italy in cities such as Cologne, Oberhausen, Mannheim, Naples, Milan, Sardinia, Sicily, Parma, Rimini, Cagliari, among others. In 2002 he returned to Brazil to dedicate himself to his career and, since then, be it with Móveis or with his solo work, he has played throughout Brazil and in important festivals such as Rock’n Rio, Planeta Terra, Instrumenta Brasília, Bananada, as well as abroad, at Primavera Sound, in Barcelona, Pukkelpop, in Belgium, Daka Jazz & Blues Festival, in Bangladesh, at Niceto Club, in Buenos Aires, Czech Republic, and Switzerland

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Oliver Dover

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Adison Evans

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Evans combines pure excitement with a soulful saxophone sound and a contagious smile to create one compelling performance after another.. She has shared the stage with several legendary artists including Demi Lovato, Trisha Yearwood, Nicki Minaj, Wynton Marsalis, Christian McBride, Terence Blanchard, JayZ, and many more. She made her debut in the pop world playing in the 2013 Superbowl with Beyonce. Upon graduating from the Juilliard School, Adison embarked on a two and a half year adventure thus far playing and touring with Beyoncé in the "Mrs Carter Show World Tour" followed by Beyonce and JayZ in the history making "On The Run" Tour


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