Sean Nobel Flannery - Tenor Saxophone
Josh Deutsch is a trumpeter, composer and educator residing in Queens, New York. A native of Seattle, Josh started as a pianist and composer, before finding an affinity for jazz trumpet in the award-winning jazz bands at Washington Middle School and Garfield High School. Josh went on to complete a Bachelor's Degree in jazz studies at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, where he studied with Danilo Pérez, Bob Brookmeyer, John McNeil, Allan Chase and composer Lee Hyla. A three-time participant at the Banff International Jazz Workshop, Josh worked closely with such musicians as Bill Frisell, Dave Douglas and Kenny Werner. In 2006, Josh was awarded a Graduate Teaching Fellowship to the University of Oregon, and earned a Masters of Music in Jazz Performance and Composition in the spring of 2009.
Josh can contacted for performance and instruction at www.joshdeutsch.net
In 2005 Josh packed up his car and drove from Massachusetts to Eugene Oregon to pursue a graduate degree and work as a teaching fellow at the University of Oregon. While in Eugene Josh had the great fortune to work with wide range of outstanding local and visiting musicians and to perform on several occasions with the Eugene Symphony Orchestra. Josh graduated in 2008 with a degree in Jazz Performance and moved to California in 2009 where he is now the director of Instrumental Music at the Head-Royce School in Oakland directing several jazz and classical ensembles and teaching AP music theory.
Josh can be contacted for performance and instruction at email@example.com
Ted Godbout resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he is very active as a pianist and teacher. He performs regularly with many groups, including the VB GB Jazz Trio, the Lila Ammons Jazz Quintet, the Pete Johnon Trio, and Herman Jones and My Funk Brother. Ted is currently on faculty at St. John's University in Collegeville, MN, as well as at Chaska Music Studios in Chaska, MN. He has also taught at the University of Oregon as a Graduate Teaching Fellow in the areas of Jazz Studies and Music Theory.
Ted can be contacted for performance or instruction at firstname.lastname@example.org