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John Shaffer

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Late 1960’s - played trumpet as a member of the Gainesville Symphony. 1969 " worked with George Winston (Grammy winning pianist & co-founder of Windham Hill Records) 1969 " played with Scott McKenzie (If You’re Going to San Francisco…) 1971 " worked with Buddy Guy in NYC (Village Gaslight) 1974 " studied sitar, sarod, tabla with Ali Akbar Khan & Zakir Hussain (Marin County, California) 1976 " taught, worked & recorded with Glenn Jones & the Gospel Sensations (appeared on TV) 1977 " played with George Benson at the Omni in Atlanta 1977 " worked with Lenny Breau, Attila Zoller, Robert Conti, Jeff Berlin in Atlanta 1977 " gave a solo guitar demonstration for the founder (Bud Eastman) & staff of Guitar Player Magazine 1979 " moved to US Virgin Islands and created a “Jazz Scene” on St

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Gabriel Bey

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Jon Deshler

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Jon Deshler started out in Los Angeles in the 1960's-70's as a teenage trumpet student and jazz photographer. He was surrounded by some of the best and routinely heard and photographed them at clubs, festivals, and more all over Los Angeles. His most important trumpet teachers were Carlton McBeth and Nelson Hatt, he received mentorship from Bobby Shew, Lew Tabackin, Bruce Paulson, and others. His earliest jazz influences were Bobby Shew, Freddie Hubbard, Don Radar, Bill Berry, Conte Candoli, Don Menza, Pete Christlieb, Warren Luening, and many more. Having graduated from the prestigious Pasadena, Arts Center College of Design with a BFA in Photography in 1986, Jon relocated to Oregon in 1988 and rapidly grew a robust commercial shooting career

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Jonathan Saraga

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Manhattan, NYC native, trumpeter and composer Jonathan Saraga has been said by All About Jazz to possess the musical “wisdom and maturity of veterans more than twice his age,” and that “his chops, lust for musical life and don't-box-me-into-a-stylistic-corner mentality make him seem like the musical offspring of trumpeters Dave Douglas and Ambrose Akinmusire." Jonathan's professional music career officially began in 2002 when he was cast as an orchestral trumpeter in the Paramount film, Changing Lanes. That same year he would begin performing at the Jazz Standard with the Jazz Standard Youth Orchestra, which he went on to do, once a month, for the next three years

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Dave Lee

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DAVE LEE (Trumpet) has been a freelance musician in Austin since relocating from the Pacific Northwest in 2001. Dave regularly performs with NAJO and Mainstream Jazz, his own big band and combo, as well as the Ken Ragsdale Orchestra, and gigs with other jazz and pop groups in Austin, Houston and surrounding areas. Dave also teaches privately in the Pflugerville and Round Rock school districts. With a 40-year background in music ministry, Dave is currently scheduling “Jazz Worship” experiences for churches throughout Texas. Performing in the “pit” for over 60 musical productions at the Georgetown Palace Theater and Zach Theater in Austin, Dave enjoys the variety of Broadway show productions as well

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Kerry Moffit

I am a native of Flint, Michigan and attended the Charles Stewart Mott Community College, Michigan State University, and the "School of Hard Knocks". I have performed with the "Ringling Brothers, Barnum & Bailey Circus", two New York based national touring companies performing "My One and Only" and "Anything Goes", the "Great American Music Ensemble", and numerous jazz artists including Bobby Shew, the New York Voices, Chuck Mangione, Clark Terry, Pete Christleib, Louis Bellson, Arturo Sandoval and many others. I have also performed with a variety of ensembles at the Northsea (The Hague, Holland), Montreaux (Switzerland), and Montreaux Detroit Jazz Festivals. As a band leader, I co-led the "Dave Huber - Kerry Moffit Quintet" and the "Capital Jazz Society" big band

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Vitaly Golovnev

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Trumpeter Vitaly Golovnev was born on February 21. 1976 in Nalchik, Russia into a family of musicians. Throughout 90s, he extensively studied Classical and Jazz music in such an established schools of Russia as National College of Musical Arts and Russian Academy of Music named after Gnesins. During that time Mr. Golovnev has performed with well known musicians and veterans of Russian/Soviet Jazz Scene and has established his reputation as new coming talent. In November of 2003 Mr. Golovnev moved to New York City. Since his arrival he has found himself in high demand working with many of New York’s most prominent Big Band’s including the Mingus Big Band, David Berger and "Sultans Of Swing" Orchestra, Arturo O'Farrill and his Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra, Brooklyn Big Band, and Hal McKusick Nonet as well as many Jazz combos

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Chaim Rubinov

Chaim Rubinov, trumpet, flugelhorn, composer and arranger, is a native of Montreal, Canada. He has toured the U.S., Canada and South America and has performed with renowned artists including Marvin Hamlisch, Nestor Torres and Tito Puente, Jr. A talented composer and arranger, Chaim composes Latin Jazz and Latin-Klezmer arrangements which have been performed and recorded by several groups, including Orquesta Nostalgia and the Klezmer Company Jazz Orchestra. He has led bands for cruise ships and worked as a studio musician for radio and television commercials. Chaim holds a bachelor of music from the University of North Texas, where he studied with jazz trumpeter Donald Byrd.


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