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White, Glenn

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  • Genre: Jazz
  • Instrument: Saxophone
  • E-Mail: glenn@glennwhite.net
  • Web Site: Here
  • Location: New York, NY

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Originally hailing from Phoenix, Glenn has performed and recorded all over the United States. Glenn's new recording, Sacred Machines (OA2 Records), is featured on radio stations and satellite radio internationally. Glenn has also performed alongside many notable musicians including Cuneiform artist Jamie Baum, Impulse! artist Greg Tardy, ECM Records artist Art Lande, and more. In addition to his own recordings, Glenn can be heard on recordings by I'm In You, Matador Records

artist Julian Plenti, and more.

Described as "a brilliant gem," Glenn’s modern jazz compositions and highly-skilled, interactive playing have been called "a thoughtful, remarkable style," which "stems from a deeper understanding." With an educational background encompassing studies at New England Conservatory, Juilliard, and Arizona State University, Glenn has studied under such jazz greats as Steve Lacy, George Garzone, Jerry Bergonzi, Michael Cain, and Tony Malaby. While working on his master’s degree in Boston, Glenn performed in the Jazz Composers’ Orchestra under the direction of Bob Brookmeyer, and also in concert with Dave Holland.

As an educator, Glenn has been a guest artist and lecturer at Northern Kentucky University, Valdosta State University, University of Alaska Anchorage, and a variety of high schools across the country. During the 2005-06 school year, Glenn was Visiting Instructor of Woodwinds and Jazz Studies at University of Alaska Fairbanks, as well as director of the 2006 UAF Jazz Festival.

Glenn lives in New York City, where he performs regularly with his own group, Sacred Machines, with the Glenn White Trio, and with other projects.

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