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Alicia Gardener-Trejo Information

Baritone saxophonist/composer Alicia Gardener-Trejo has been active on the jazz scene since 2007. Whilst at Birmingham Conservatoire, she studied with Iain Dixon, Mike Williams, Hans Koller and John Taylor. She played alongside Gary Smulyan and Norma Winstone in the Conservatoire Jazz Orchestra and in 2013, took the baritone chair in Arnie Somogyi's Mingus Big Band project. Alicia has played with and written for the Dunnett/Baxter Big Band since its formation in 2011; the band held a residency at the Yardbird Jazz Club for 3 years until its closure in 2014. She is the baritonist for the newly formed Birmingham Jazz Orchestra, as well as large ensembles led by David Ferris and Mark Pringle. Her own ensembles include a tweleve-piece band 'Bobtail' and Images in Black and White- a drumless quintet. (Click on the Projects page to find out more) Alicia's inspiration as a composer comes from jazz artists including Duke Ellington, Gil Evans, George Russell, Gunther Schuller, Bill Frisell and Wayne Horvitz, but also draws on influences from Igor Stravinsky, Bela Bartok and the music of Carl Stalling


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