Synonyms for garzone or Related words with garzone

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Examples of "garzone"
George Garzone (born September 23, 1950) is a saxophonist and jazz educator residing in Boston.
2008: Joshua Redman, Michael Brecker, Dave Liebman, Joe Lovano, George Garzone
Tiberi specializes in modern and contemporary jazz techniques and has released eponymous CDs and with fellow Berklee instructor George Garzone.
It offered him a full scholarship and he began to study with George Garzone, Jerry Bergonzi and Hal Crook.
Biolcati has performed and recorded with Michael Bublé, Jeff Ballard, Terence Blanchard, Ravi Coltrane, Paquito D'Rivera, George Garzone, Herbie Hancock, John Scofield, Wayne Shorter, and Alon Yavnai
Marchi, A. and Taylor, C. (forthcoming) Who’s fighting who/what is being fought? In Archibald, J. and Garzone, G. (eds) "Discursive identity in professional communication". Bern: Peter Lang.
Jensen has worked with Maria Schneider, Steve Wilson, Jeff "Tain" Watts, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Bob Berg, Gary Bartz, Bill Stewart, Terri Lyne Carrington, Geoffrey Keezer, Billy Hart, George Garzone, Chris Connor, Victor Lewis, Clark Terry, Frank Wess, and Billy Taylor.
Duguid, A. (2007) Men at Work: how those at Number 10 Construct their working Identity. In Garzone, G. and Srikant, S. (eds) "Discourse, Ideology and Specialized Communication". Bern: Peter Lang, pp. 453–484.
He looks back on numerous collaborations with both Portuguese artists from different disciplines like Bernardo Sassetti, Maria João, Rui Horta as well as international acclaimed artists such as Cindy Blackman and George Garzone.
Kenny G., Galactic Agents, Kenny Garrett, George Garzone, GeWaDoKa, Debbie Gibson, Giorgia, Global Noize, Godchildren of Soul, Larry Goldings, Cuba Gooding, Clint Goss, Tom Grant, Al Green, Gullah Gullah Island, Gutterboy
Saxophonist George Garzone is a member of the Fringe, a jazz trio founded in 1972 that includes bassist John Lockwood and drummer Bob Gullotti. The group has released several albums. Garzone has appeared on over 20 recordings. He began on the tenor saxophone when he was six, played in a family band and attended music school in Boston. He has guested in many situations, touring Europe with Jamaaladeen Tacuma and performing with Danilo Perez, Joe Lovano, Jack DeJohnette, Rachel Z, Bob Weir and Ratdog, and John Patitucci.
At age 14, Etkin began his musical studies in Boston with the saxophone under the tutelage of George Garzone. He expanded to the clarinet and completed a bachelor's degree in classical clarinet and composition from Brandeis University. He spent one year of that at the Rubin Academy of Music in Jerusalem, where he studied Arabic music. He got his master's degree from Manhattan School of Music, where he was taught by Dave Liebman and David Krakauer. He continued to study jazz with Garzone and Charlie Banacos during this period. His exposure to Malian music is also a significant influence, having played in Mali with Toumani Diabaté, Super Rail Band, and Habib Koité.
Udden moved to Boston in 1996, where he entered the New England Conservatory. There, he studied with a wide variety of faculty, including Allan Chase, Jerry Bergonzi, George Garzone, Paul Bley, Charlie Banacos, Steve Lacy, Danilo Pérez, Fred Hersch, and Bob Brookmeyer. Udden graduated in 2000, majoring in Jazz Performance with a concentration in Education (B.M., M.M.).
One of the most successful and critically acclaimed jazz musicians to emerge from Serbia. Micic moved to United States in 1995, after receiving a scholarship from the Berklee College of Music, where he studied with George Garzone, John Thomas and Bob Brookmeyer. It was also by that time that the guitar guru, Mick Goodrick, became Rale Micic's mentor.
As a sideman, Ettun has collaborated with top musicians from Israel and the United States including Fred Hersch, Eli Degibri, George Garzone, Anat Cohen, Miri Mesika and others. He has performed at the Panama Jazz Festival, Red Sea Jazz Festival, Blue Note Jazz club, Kennedy Center in Washington D.C and other classical and Jazz venues.
Kehati has played and worked with renowned artists such as Ran Blake, George Garzone, Eli Degibri, Donny McCaslin, Seamus Blake, Anat Cohen, and more prominently, with the legendary drummer Billy Hart who has been a part of his trio since 2009.
"...Part of the fun is contrasting Garzone's and Lovano's approaches to the material, made up largely of Garzone compositions and vehicles for blowing...Listeners who investigate "Four's and Two's", to hear Lovano will carry away a new or renewed appreciation of Garzone's strengths as well..."
Richie Beirach, Kenny Barron, Reggie Workman, Ted Dunbar, Jack Wilkins, Vic Juris, Hal Galper, Jimmy Owens, Milo Petersen, George Garzone, Armen Donelian, Richard Boukas, Bobby Sanabria, Bill Kirshner, Jimmy Cobb, Gary Dial, Classical Guitarist Virginia Luque, Ralph Peterson, Noah Baerman, Larry Ridly, Mike Richmond, Ralph Bowen, Bill Fielder, Badal Roy, Robert Bedford, and many, many more.
Reportedly, the recipe was a creation of Domenico Barbaja (hence the name), who was at the time a "garzone" (waiter) in a café. The drink was so successful that Barbaja eventually grew rich enough to become a theatrical impresario as well as the owner of a café in the luxury venue of Piazza della Scala.
He studied Jazz Composition & Arranging at the Berklee College of Music from 1983 to 1987 under Bill Pierce, George Garzone, Andy McGhee, and Hal Crook. Some of his classmates were Javon Jackson, Danilo Perez, Delfeayo Marsalis, Mark Turner, Julian Joseph and Donny McCaslin.