Frank Tiberi (born December 4, 1928) is the leader of the Woody Herman Orchestra. He was hand-picked by Woody Herman shortly before Herman's death, to lead the band, and he has been doing it since 1987. He plays the alto and tenor saxophone, clarinet, flute, and the bassoon. He has been performing and recording since the age of thirteen. Tiberi has toured with Benny Goodman and Urbie Green and has played with Dizzy Gillespie.
Tiberi specializes in modern and contemporary jazz techniques and has released eponymous CDs and with fellow Berklee instructor George Garzone.
Frank Tiberi is from Camden, New Jersey.
- "Frank Tiberi Biography". Frank Tiberi. Retrieved 16 April 2013.
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