A Massachusetts Guitarist and award winning composer who boasts live event music that is exceptional for all occasions looking to create a soothing atmosphere for their guests. Our jazz guitarist has performed and recorded with artists such as Dave Liebman, Karl Berger, Bob Moses, Joe Beck, Gerry Gibbs, Santi Debriano, Julian Lage and has appeared on over 20 recordings as a leader and sideman.
Available as a jazz guitarist as well as apart of a jazz band and as a trio, this talented musician offers a wide range of line ups that suit all occasions from chilled background music to jazz standards and more, this artist is event entertainment at its finest.
With television and live performances that includes; The BET Jazz Channel, The Time Warner Music Choice Jazz Channel, PBS Television, The Baird Auditorium at the Smithsonian Institute's Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C, The Bearsville Theatre, Woodstock, N.Y, The Wang Center, Boston, MA, The Knitting Factory and Smoke in New York, and performances in the U.S, Canada, and the West Indies. Our Massachusetts has appeared on over twenty recordings and film documentaries with his own groups and with other artists.
Receiving international critical acclaim and winning three international composition awards for three original pieces, our Massachusetts Guitarist received international airplay and was #1 chart-bound on the Jazz Week Jazz chart with his own original composition.
Having studied guitar and improvisation at the Berklee College of Music, Boston, MA our Massachusetts Guitarist has performed concerts, taught classes and master-classes across America and Canada and is an applied jazz guitar lecturer, ensemble director, and founder and director of the Performance Jam Session Series on the Jazz Faculty at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.
Book our Massachusetts Guitarist as a jazz guitarist, jazz band and trio for the perfect live event music at your event.
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