Shareef Clayton

Shareef Clayton is a jazz trumpeter from Miami. Shareef Clayton recorded “Multiverse” in 2012 with the “Bobby Sanabria Big Band”, which was nominated for a Grammy. Clayton regularly performs with Macy Gray and Melody Gardot as well as Bobby Sanabria and the Duke Ellington Orchestra. He has previously performed with Stevie Wonder and other artists, such as Michael Mcdonald, Ruben blades, and Stevie Wonder. Clayton is influenced heavily by artists such as Wynton Marsalis and Louis Armstrong. However, Clayton still plays and composes with the influence of Miami. His music has a unique sound, with piercing tones and slow jams. He is a clinician who loves to share his talents with others. He also taught master classes at many schools. He studied advanced jazz music theory, composition, and improvisation at the Manhattan School of Music. His vast repertoire includes jazz, r

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