Robert Sabin

Robert Sabin is an active bassist and composer. He also teaches jazz and contemporary improvised music. He has performed with such artists as Oliver Lake and Jean-Michel Pilc. He won Second Place in the 2001 and 2003 International Society of Bassists’ Jazz Competitions. Sabin’s third album, “Humanity Part II”, is due to be released by Ranula Music this summer. Sabin’s Ph.D. dissertation, “Gary Peacock” was written while studying with Peacock between 2009 and 2014. He is a world-renowned expert on the bassist as well as the New York City Avant-Garde of the 1960s. Sabin is an educator and serves on the Facutly of Hunter College’s High School and Manhattan School of Music Precollege. He also directs the Jazz Program at New York Summer Music Festival and International. He was also a member of the Faculty at New York University, Teachers College/Columbia University and Hartwick College Summer Music Festival. He has been a guest lecturer at CUNY and the Manhattan School of Music. He is also a New York Pops Teaching artist, where he serves as a clinician, private instructor, conductor, and conductor for college and high school ensembles in New York City. from

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