Nicole Glover

Nicole Glover, a New York-based saxophonist, has been called a “precocious talent”, “rising saxophonist”, “uninhibited” and “uninhibited”. She first made her professional mark in her hometown of Portland, Oregon, recording and performing with Grammy-award winning artist Esperanza Spaulding, acclaimed multi-instrumentalist George Colligan, and renowned drummer/educator Alan Jones. Nicole was part of the acclaimed soul band Ural Thomas and the Pain. They won an Emmy Award with their feature episode on “Oregon Art Beat”. Her Quartet also performed internationally at festivals in Europe and North America. She performed alongside such great musicians like Kenny Garrett and Geoffrey Keezer, Chuck Israels. Mel Brown, Mel Brown, Bill Stewart, Mel Brown, Helen Sung, and Bill Stewart. Nicole moved to New York City from Canada in 2015. Since then, she has worked with Victor Lewis and George Cables, Reggie Workman as well as Renee Rosnes, Jeff “Tain”, Watts, Gene Perla (Joe Farnsworth), Rodney Green, David Weiss and Luis Perdomo. 2019 saw Nicole join Grammy-nominated Buika on her World Tour. Nicole has performed across 5 continents including at the Newport Jazz Festival and Red Sea Jazz Festival, Playboy Jazz Festival and Monterey Jazz Festival. Nicole is also a skilled educator and clinician. Nicole is currently on the faculty of the New York Jazz Workshop, and she is also a teacher at multiple charter schools under the Jazz Empowers program. From

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