Musicians - "Turn Out The Stars"

Martin Wind
Bassist and composer Martin Wind was born in Flensburg, Germany in 1968 and moved to New York in 1996 to study at New York University (NYU), where he currently serves as an adjunct professor.

Since 2007 he's been leading his own quartet featuring the talents of Scott Robinson, Bill Cunliffe and Tim Horner.

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Scott Robinson
One of today's most wide-ranging instrumentalists, Scott Robinson has been heard on tenor sax with Buck Clayton's band, on trumpet with Lionel Hampton's quintet, on alto clarinet with Paquito D'Rivera's clarinet quartet, and on bass sax with the New York City Opera. Scott has been heard numerous times on film, radio and television, and his discography now includes more than 190 recordings. Scott also is the creative artist behind the record label ScienSonic.

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Bill Cunliffe
This Grammy Award-winning pianist, composer, arranger studied with the great Mary Lou Williams. Bill Cunliffe has toured with Buddy Rich, Frank Sinatra, Joe Henderson, Freddie Hubbard and Joshua Redman. He is the winner of the 1989 Thelonious Monk Piano Competition. He combines a strong sense of swing with lyricism and sensitivity.

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Joe LaBarbara

Joe LaBarbara
Joe LaBarbera, jazz drummer and composer. He is best known for his recordings and live performances with the trio of pianist Bill Evans in the final years of Evans's career. Prior to joining Evans he worked in the quartet of Chuck Mangione and Joe Farrell.

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Massimo Morganti
Massimo Morganti, trombonist, composer, arranger and conductor. As a recording artist he has performed on over 30 jazz CDs. From 2005 he teaches jazz trombone and big band at the "G.B. Martini" Conservatory in Bologna and from 2010 he teaches jazz trombone at the "L. D'Annunzio" Conservatory in Pescara.

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Orchestra Filarmonica Marchigiana
The Marche Philharmonic Orchestra, founded in 1985 and now run by the Fondazione Orchestra Regionale delle Marche (FORM), is one of thirteen concert institutions Orchestral Italian (ICO) recognized by the Ministry of Heritage and Culture.

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