Ed Calle

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Dr. Ed Calle
Birth name Eduardo J. Calle
Born Caracas, Venezuela
Genres Jazz
Occupation(s) Musician, composer
Instruments Saxophone, Clarinet
Associated acts PALO!
Arturo Sandoval
Gloria Estefan
Jon Secada
Michael Bolton
Raul Di Blasio

Ed Calle (born Eduardo J. Calle) is a musician from Miami, Florida. He was born in Caracas, Venezuela.

Calle plays the saxophones, flutes, clarinets, EWI, and keyboards, engineers projects, and performs vocals. He also composes and arranges music. Dr. Eduardo J. Calle has served as Chairperson of Arts & Philosophy at Miami Dade College North Campus and is currently Tenured Full Professor of Music Business and Production at Miami Dade College.

During his career he was three times nominated for Latin Grammy Award. First in 2005 for Ed Calle Plays Santana, in 2007 for In the Zone, and in 2014 for "Palo! Live". Calle was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2015 for "Palo! Live".

Solo discography[edit]

  • Dr. Ed Calle Presents Mamblue, 2015 - Mojito Records
  • In the Zone, 2006 - Mojito Records
  • Ed Calle Plays Santana, 2004 - Pimienta Records
  • Twilight, 2001 - Concord Records
  • Sunset Harbor, 1999 - Concord Records
  • Double Talk, 1995 - Columbia Records

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