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Zane Rodulfo

Born and raised in Trinidad and Tobago, Zane Rodulfo has been intrigued by the sound of music since an infant. He began studying and performing music at the early age of 4 and recently completed graduate study in Jazz Studies at New York University and holds Bachelor of Music degrees in both Jazz Performance and Ethnomusicology from the Oberlin Conservatory Of Music. Zane has opened for great musicians such as Stevie Wonder and performs at various festivals and venues where he has shared the stage with award-winning musicians such as Nicholas Payton, Brian Lynch, the legendary Barry Harris, Wes Anderson and many others. Zane currently resides in Brooklyn, NY.

Pathways

Label: Lavway Music
Released: 2016
Track listing: Abiku; Trismegistus; Seek; Retrospect; Hourglass.

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Zane Rodulfo: Pathways

Read "Pathways" reviewed by James Nadal

If a record cover can be any indication of the content of the music it encases, then Pathways, by drummer/composer Zane Rodulfo, has the perfect depiction. It shows Rodulfo walking along a well-worn rainforest trail, drumsticks in hand with a look of absolute confidence that he knows where he is going. Hailing from Trinidad, he has ...


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