Gene Calderazzo

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Gene Calderazzo
Gene Calderazzo photo.jpg
Calderazzo performing in 2008.
Background information
Born New York, United States
Origin England
Genres Jazz
Occupations Drummer
Instruments Drums
Associated acts Partisans

Gene Calderazzo is an American jazz drummer, born in New York, but currently residing in the United Kingdom, where he is a visiting tutor at the Birmingham Conservatoire, the Royal Academy of Music, Trinity and the Guildhall. He also drums for the jazz quartet, Partisans, with Julien Siegel (saxes), Phil Robson (guitar), and Thad Kelly (bass).[1]

He has played with Steve Lacy, Steve Grossman, Eddie Henderson, The NDR, Mike Gibbs, Bheki Mseleku, UMO, Sting, Radiohead, James Moody, Phil Woods, Benny Golson, Ulf Wakenius, Gary Husband, Wayne Krantz, Bobby Watson, Eddie Gómez, Evan Parker, Randy Brecker and brother Joey Calderazzo among others.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Barry, Dave (1 July 2009). "Classic sounds of Partisans". Scarborough Evening News. Retrieved 12 May 2010.