James Falzone

James Falzone

Clarinetist, composer, and improviser James Falzone is an acclaimed member of the international jazz and creative music scenes, a veteran contemporary music lecturer and clinician, and an award-winning composer who has been commissioned by chamber ensembles, dance companies, choirs, and symphony orchestras around the globe. James performs throughout North America and Europe, appears regularly on Downbeat magazine’s Critics’ and Readers’ Polls, and was nominated as the 2011 Clarinetist of the Year by the Jazz Journalist Association. Educated at Northern Illinois University and New England Conservatory, James is also a respected educator and scholar and has been on the faculty of The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Deep Springs College, North Central College, and was a fellow at The Center for Black Music Research. At present James is the Chair of Music at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, Washington.

Artist Support Program 2019: T’ien Ti Jen (heaven, earth, people), three pieces for clarinets, Native American flutes, piano, ritual bells, and shruti box that explore themes of Taoist contemplation.

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  • James Falzone - La Veuve Dans Sa Cabane
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Buy Music from Jack Straw Artists this Bandcamp Friday

December 3, 2021

Today is the last Bandcamp Friday of 2021 – the day when Bandcamp waives their fees, so artists receive more of the funds from each purchase. We shared some links to Jack Straw artist projects on Bandcamp last summer, and here are some more recent projects you should check out: James Falzone: Fallow Ran Park: […]

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