Tag: baritone saxophone

U.S. Army Blues ensemble looking for Baritone saxophonist!

In addition to the job opening with the NDR big band that we recently posted, the U.S. Army Blues jazz ensemble has a job opening for a baritone saxophonist.

It looks to have a pretty decent starting salary, and great benefits. The band is an excellent one and will probably be a great job for those who fit the requirements. For more information check out their website:

http://www.usarmyband.com/vacancies/vacancy—baritone-saxophone—the-us-army-blues.html

The application deadline is April 23rd. Good luck to everyone!

 

Brian Landrus’ new project – Baritone Saxophone with Orchestra

Baritone Saxophonist, Brian Landrus is in the middle of producing a new album. It will be a concerto for the baritone saxophone, featuring a complete orchestra (in the classical sense, not the colloquial term for a big-band). Brian is an adventurous musician, writer and a great player – and this album will feature him playing in an orchestral setting with a vast number of genres blended and utilized. You can join his project at ArtistShare and follow along with the progress of the project and receive the final recording when its done. I’m really looking forward to hearing the end result and have another piece of repertoire for baritone saxophone. Click here to see Brian’s project.

Tony Lustig leads quintet at Dizzy’s this week.

Tony Lustig, saxaphoneCatch baritone saxophonist Tony Lustig this week (Tuesday, December 18th through Saturday December 22nd), at the late set at Dizzy’s Club in NYC.

Performers to include Samora Pinderhughes, Emmet Cohen, Mike Sailors, George DeLancey, and Jimmy Macbride. Sure to be a great time, go ahead and get some live music in for the holiday season.