Daniel Dickinson

Void Magazine describes Daniel Dickinson as a “rising jazz musician virtuoso”. Daniel is a highly skilled composer, arranger and woodwind specialist. He also improvises and is a classical musician. Daniel was raised in a musical family, with his two older brothers, and loving parents. They are all experienced instrumentalists in different genres. This made it easy for him to choose a musical career. Daniel is a product of the prestigious arts schools in Jacksonville Florida: LaVilla School of the Arts and Douglas Anderson School of the Arts. He has also studied with the best teachers in every genre of music he chooses to pursue. Daniel has performed and recorded with Grammy-award winning artists as well as household names in jazz like Ulysses Owens, Jr., Ben Williams, Reuben Rogers, Christian Sands, Michael Dease, and many more. Daniel’s jazz debut album, which was produced by Ulysses Owens, Jr., featured his original compositions and arrangements of jazz standards. It received international publication, the #2 spot on CMJ, as well as placement on the GRAMMY ballots. One year later, Daniel was both an arranger and saxophonist on Carter Calvert’s “It’s a Man’s World”, the second jazz album of high praise from the broadway star. The CD also features Joel Frahm, Marco Panascia, and Laurence Hobgood. from www.dandickinsonmusic.com

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