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Jerry Bergonzi (US)

Jerry Bergonzi (born in October 21, 1947 in Boston, Massachusetts) is a jazz tenor saxophonist, composer, and educator. He first gained recognition as the featured horn in the Dave Brubeck quartet during the late 1970s. Bergonzi teaches at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, and he plays a weekly gig at the Acton Jazz Cafe.[1] Since 1992, he has published seven volumes on improvisation for Advance Music.

"If you like Bob Berg, Michael Brecker, Coltrane and modern sounding intervallic improvisation, you will like this guy."
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Phil Grenadier

Carl Winther

Carl Winther Trio, introduces one of the most talented young pianist ever to emerge from the Scandinavian Jazzscene. Up-and-Coming, 25-year-old Carl Winther has cut his teeth on jamsessions in his hometown Copenhagen in Denmark, a town known for its love for jazz with international stars performing on regular basis.

Despite his young age, Carl Winther, has a mature way of making music where he takes his time to tell his story. With a dazzling technique and a beautiful touch he can handle an impressing palette of emotional moods. He is from a musical family and has gotten his education both streetwise through jamsessions and gigs and also academic at the Rhythmic Music Conservatory in Copenhagen.

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Johnny Åman

Anders Mogensen