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Darrell Katz & The Jazz Composers Alliance Orchestra

Darrell Katz & The Jazz Composers Alliance Orchestra
Country
United States
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Darrell Katz, director of the Jazz Composers Alliance, helped to found the organization after being impressed by the success of other composers’ collective groups. Originally from Topeka, Kansas, Katz has lived in the Boston area since 1975.
Website
http://www.darrellkatz.com/
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Releases on file (7)
Darrell Katz & The Jazz Composers Alliance Orchestra — Rats Live on No Evil Star Darrell Katz & The Jazz Composers Alliance Orchestra — Rats Live on No Evil Star
(JCA Recordings JCA 1804, 2018, CD)
Darrell Katz & Oddsong — Jailhouse Doc with Holes in Her Socks Darrell Katz & Oddsong — Jailhouse Doc with Holes in Her Socks
(JCA Recordings JCA 1601, 2016, CD)
Darrell Katz & The Jazz Composers Alliance Orchestra — Why Do You Ride? Darrell Katz & The Jazz Composers Alliance Orchestra — Why Do You Ride?
(Leo Records CD LR 711, 2014, CD)
Jazz Composers Alliance Orchestra — In, Thru, and Out Jazz Composers Alliance Orchestra — In, Thru, and Out
(Cadence Jazz CJR 1153, 2003, CD)
Darrell Katz & The Jazz Composers Alliance Orchestra w/ Rebecca Shrimpton — The Death of Simone Weil Darrell Katz & The Jazz Composers Alliance Orchestra w/ Rebecca Shrimpton — The Death of Simone Weil
(Innova 582, 2002, CD)
Darrell Katz & The Jazz Composers Alliance Orchestra — Dreamland Darrell Katz & The Jazz Composers Alliance Orchestra — Dreamland
(Cadence Jazz CJR 1053, 1993, CD)
Jazz Composers Alliance Orchestra — Flux Jazz Composers Alliance Orchestra — Flux
(Northeastern Records NR 501, 1992, CD)

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