Clark Gibson: Forward-thinking music, strongly rooted in the traditions of jazz

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Clark Gibson is a jazz saxophonist, composer and educator former Director of Jazz Studies and Assistant Professor of Saxophone at Northeastern State University. He is a highly sought after adjudicator and clinician throughout the country. His forward-thinking music is strongly rooted in the traditions of jazz musicians of the 20th century, the history of Western classical music, his own life experiences, as well as musical traditions from cultures across the globe.

About the upcoming album Tri-Colored Eyes (release September 2019):

All the tracks on this recording are from my own collection of original music. While I’m not a prolific writer, I write when inspired by life. Many times these inspirations come from events, people, places, etc….I view a composer’s collective work as their own personal story and the human condition. It is my hope that this music resonates with you and your life story.”

Listen to a preview of the upcoming album here

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