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Ted Cruz

Since graduating from the University of North Texas, Mr. Cruz has been active with recording, producing, arranging, and performing with various jazz, rock, world, R&B and classical music artists all over the world. His production and arranging work has been recognized and acclaimed by Billboard, Downbeat, Vibe and Rolling Stone magazines. His varied composition works includes a Meet The Composer grant for the improvisational score to "Tetsuo, The Iron Man" which was performed at the Knitting Factory in New York. He also composed the music for the opening and closing ceremonies of the millennium celebration in Times Square, New York City


Metropolitan Gospel Big Band at Restoration Temple

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Metropolitan Gospel Big Band Temple of Restoration October 18, 2014 Brooklyn, NY On the CD release event for their debut album Leaning On The Everlasting Arms (Self-Produced, 2014), the sixteen-piece band led by tenor saxophonist Duke Guillaume kicked off the set with George Bennard's classic hymn “The Old ...


Metropolitan Gospel Big Band: Leaning On The Everlasting Arms

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On the debut recording of the Metropolitan Gospel Big Band (led by saxophonist Duke Guillaume, the ensemble presents a collection of Gospel numbers arranged for big band format. The disc opens with “Nothing But The Blood," an up-tempo number that serves as introduction to the group and also features some individual improvised moments from the brass ...


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