Spotlight: Chris Potter
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Saxophonist and SFJAZZ Collective musical director Chris Potter shares his favorite recordings from the Collective's discography, and shares insights about each selection. A Chicago native, Chris Potter is among the most prominent, influential, and visionary artists in jazz, fronting multiple ensembles and collaborating with a staggering list of major artists including Pat Metheny, Dave Holland, Zakir Hussain, Herbie Hancock, Steely Dan and the Mingus Big Band. He has topped numerous DownBeat Critics Polls, received a GRAMMY nomination, and has led over 20 albums to date.
CHRiS POTTER'S PICKS:
"Mutuality" composed by Chris Potter
"8:46" composed by Edward Simon
"Naima" composed by John Coltrane, arranged by Gil Goldstein
"Sir Duke" composed by Stevie Wonder, arranged by Avishai Cohen
"Life at the End of the Tunnel" composed by Miguel Zenon
"Waters of March" composed by Antonio Carlos Jobim, arranged by Obed Calvaire
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