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Scott Vicroy

Scott Vicroy came to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln after a year of graduate studies at North Texas State to work as a jazz graduate assistant. That was 25 years ago and he never left. Since then Scott has had the opportunity to work in a wide range of musical settings as a freelance woodwind performer. His first gig after arriving in Lincoln was with the then Neo-Classic Jazz Orchestra. Many playing opportunities arose after that ranging from pit orchestras for touring broadway productions and symphony pops concerts in Omaha and Lincoln. Performances have included: Lou Rawls, Maroon 5, Johnny Mathis, Kenny Rogers, Wayne Newton, Arlo Guthrie, Ray Charles, Ben Vereen, Kevin Mahogony, Karrin Allyson, Temptations, Platters, Red Skelton, Bob Newhart, Marilyn Maye, Rosemary Clooney

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Nebraska Jazz Orchestra: NJO 40

Read "NJO 40" reviewed by Jack Bowers

NJO 40, the latest CD by the superlative Nebraska Jazz Orchestra, salutes the NJO's first forty years by presenting a series of in-concert recordings taped between 2010-15 whose roster of guest soloists on Tracks 1-10 reads like a who's who of renowned jazz artists from coast to coast. Tack on exemplary charts by Tom Kubis, Eric ...


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