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Role
  
Musical Artist

Instruments
  
Saxophone, Bass

Years active
  
2000s–present

Genres
  
Jazz

Name
  
Dayna Stephens


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Born
  
1 August 1978 (age 45) (
1978-08-01
)

Albums
  
That Nepenthetic Place

Associated acts
  
Taylor Eigsti, Kenny Barron, Gerald Clayton

Similar People
  
Walter Smith III, Gilad Hekselman, Aaron Parks, Linda Oh, Ambrose Akinmusire

Profiles


Occupation(s)
  
Saxophonist, Composer

Education
  
Berklee College of Music

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Dayna Stephens (born August 1, 1978) is an American jazz saxophonist and composer. In addition to leading his own group, Stephens has performed extensively with Kenny Barron, Ambrose Akinmusire, Taylor Eigsti, Julian Lage, Eric Harland, Gerald Clayton, and other contemporaries. Stephens grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and attended Berkeley High School. He went on to study at the Berklee School of Music and later at the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz. He was mentored by Bay Area saxophonist Robert Stewart and pianist Ed Kelly.

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Stephens's albums include The Timeless Now (2007), Today Is Tomorrow (2012), That Nepenthetic Place (2013), I'll Take My Chances (2013), and Peace (2014). Peace features guitarist Julian Lage, pianist Brad Mehldau, bassist Larry Grenadier, and drummer Eric Harland. Gratitude was released in 2017.

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DISCOGRAPHY

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The Timeless Now (2007)

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Today is Tomorrow (2012)

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That Nepenthetic Place (2013)

I'll take my chances (2013)

New Day (2014) The Emeryville Sessions Peace (2014)

Reminiscent (2016)

Gratitude (2017)

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References

Dayna Stephens Wikipedia