Saxophonist and educator Dan Greenblatt has been performing and recording in Seattle and New York for nearly 40 years with a wide variety of jazz artists including such nationally known figures as George Cables, Rufus Reid, Jimmy Heath, Ben Sidran, and Peter Bernstein, as well as Seattle Jazz Hall-of-Famers Chuck Metcalf, Floyd Standifer, Don Lanphere, Buddy Catlett, Marc Seales, and Jay Thomas. He has been a faculty member at Cornish College of the Arts, The Northwest School, and Roosevelt High School in Seattle; while in New York he was on the faculty at The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music as well as the La Guardia High School for Performing Arts. Currently he teaches at Edmonds-Woodway High School. He is also the author of two books on jazz improvisation–The Blues Scales and Minor Is Major!, both published by Sher Music—as well as scholarly studies of the relationship between music and language.
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