Saxophonist John Doheny was born in Seattle Washington in 1953 but has spent much of his adult life in Canada, primarily in Vancouver and Toronto. After early experiences accompanying strippers in bars and cabarets he became a professional R&B sideman in the late 1970s, touring and recording with artists both prominent and obscure. In 1991 he returned to Vancouver and began a program of intense musical study, both in academe (Vancouver Community College, the University of British Columbia) and in the more informal area of performance. He asserts that "all human intercourse is either an opportunity to learn or to teach. Everything that I know about jazz performance (to the extent that I know anything at all) I owe to those players, teachers and students who have suffered to share the bandstand and the teaching studio with me." Since 2003, Mr. Doheny has been a permanent resident of New Orleans, Louisiana, but makes every effort to spend summers in Canada because "it's too damn hot down here then."

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Stefon Harris Clinic and Performance.

Just a quick reminder that our guest tomorrow night (April 15th) at the Jazz at the Rat series on the Tulane campus will be vibraphonist and percussionist Stefon Harris.Mr. Harris will also conduct a clinic in the Tulane Music Department band room in the Dixon Annex.

Clinic at 4:00p.m. Gig at 8:00p.m.

Both events are free and open to the public.

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