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Pete Robbins

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Nationality  American
Occupation  Saxophonist/Composer
Name  Pete Robbins

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Born  November 28, 1978 (age 37) (1978-11-28) Queens, New York, U.S.
Role  Music performer ยท peterobbins.com
Education  New England Conservatory of Music
Albums  siLENT Z live, Transatlantic Quartet - Live in Basel, Do the Hate Laugh Shimmy, Pyramid, Centric, Waits and Measures
Similar People  Sam Sadigursky, Ben Monder, Craig Taborn

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Pete Robbins (born November 28, 1978) is a professional American jazz saxophonist and composer living in Brooklyn.

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He was born in Queens, New York and was raised in Andover, Massachusetts. After studying at Phillips Academy Tufts University, and New England Conservatory of Music, he moved to New York in 2002 and became "a welcome presence on the creative music scene" (Time Out New York).

He has since performed or recorded with Vijay Iyer, John Hollenbeck, John Zorn, Craig Taborn, Mario Pavone, Tyshawn Sorey, Ben Monder, de:Dan Weiss, Thomas Morgan, Melvin Sparks, and Kenny Wollesen, and has performed at festivals and clubs in the U.S. and throughout Europe.

Robbins's releases are consistently named on top-10 year-end lists by international media outlets. Robbins has been featured in Down Beat, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, JazzTimes, Jazzwise, Jazzman, Politikken, National Public Radio, and DRS-2 (Swiss public radio).

For his compositional achievements, Chamber Music America awarded Robbins with their "New Works: Creation and Presentation" grant as well as their "New Works: Encore" award. Robbins was a guest panelist with the Brooklyn Arts Council and is the Dean at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music.

Discography

  • Centric (Telepathy, 2002)
  • Waits & Measures (Playscape, 2006)
  • Do the Hate Laugh Shimmy (Fresh Sound, 2008)
  • Silent Z Live (Hate Laugh, 2010)
  • Transatlantic Quartet: Live in Basel (CD Baby/Hate Laugh, 2012)
  • References

    Pete Robbins Wikipedia