Hal Crook

BOSTON, Massachusetts, US
Artist / Band / Musician
As of January, 2007 you are invited to visit my new web site--where you'll find info about my new recordings, new improvisation book on free jazz, play-along materials, private lessons and more--at halcrook.comSince 1986 Hal has been a professor at Berklee College of Music. He as taught his own courses in jazz composition, arranging, improvisation and ensemble performance. Currently he teaches in the Performance Division at Berklee and has been a regular visiting artist in residence at the Thelonious Monk Institute in L.A.Over the past 40 years he has pursued an active performing career, working with: The Phil Woods Quintet, Clark Terry, Bob Brookmeyer, Paul Motian, Tom Harrell, Jerry Bergonzip, Chuck Israels, Mick Goodrick, the Woody Herman Big Band, Toshiko Akiyoshi, Mel Lewis, Doc Severinsen and the "Tonight Show" Band, Jeff Berlin, Thad Jones, Milt Hinton, James Williams, Louis Bellson, Joe Diorio, Ira Sullivan, Herb Pomeroy, George Garzone, John Abercrombie, Bill Dobbins, Lionel Hampton, Zoot Sims, John LaPorta, Adam Nussbaum, George Cables, Harry "Sweets" Edison, Ritchie Cole, George Mraz, Harvie Schwarts, Nick Brignola, Ben Riley, Jim McNeely, Lew Tabackin, Claudio Roditi, Danilo Perez, Alan Dawson, Geoff Keezer, Kenny Clarke, Bill Pierce, Hal Galper, Phil Wilson, Jack Walrath, Sal Nistico, Roger Kellaway, Joe Farrell, John Hicks, Steve LaSpina, Daniel Humair, Monk Montgomery, and John Medeski.Also, check out my new book, published by Advance Music, called: BEYOND TIME and CHANGES: A Musician's Guide to Free Jazz Improvisation.

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