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  • Daniel Garcia
    Daniel Garcia Rio de Janeiro
    I am a Brazilian professional saxophonist, and I admire your work very much. I have a 40-year career. Always living on the sax. I teach and play in different backgrounds. I have a special interest in Jazz. And of course improvisation. I try as much as possible to spread this genre around here. But I confess that there are many difficulties for this in Brazil. But I don't lose focus and I'm always working on it. I thank you for your attention and hope that we can all make the best of the current moment. Congratulations on your work. It is a great insent.

    I am a Brazilian professional saxophonist, and I admire your work very much. I have a 40-year career. Always living on the sax. I teach and play in different backgrounds. I have a special interest in Jazz. And of course improvisation. I try as much as possible to spread this genre around here. But I confess that there are many difficulties for this in Brazil. But I don't lose focus and I'm always working on it.
    I thank you for your attention and hope that we can all make the best of the current moment.
    Congratulations on your work. It is a great insent.

  • Jonathan Arcangel
    Jonathan Arcangel new York
    you should start an ice cream stand called Seamus Blake's Famous Shakes

    you should start an ice cream stand called Seamus Blake's Famous Shakes

  • John
    John Vancouver, BC
    It's with sad news that I found out that our violin teacher and VSSO and Churchill orchestra conductor, Mr. Peter Rohloff, passed away last month when I came across his obituary: https://vancouversunandprovince.remembering.ca/obituary/peter-rohloff-1077451778

    It's with sad news that I found out that our violin teacher and VSSO and Churchill orchestra conductor, Mr. Peter Rohloff, passed away last month when I came across his obituary: https://vancouversunandprovince.remembering.ca/obituary/peter-rohloff-1077451778

  • John
    John Vancouver, BC
    I first met you in the 1983-84 academic season when we were part of the Vancouver Schools String Orchestra (VSSO) conducted by Mr. Peter Rohloff along with Mr. Rob Roy and Mrs. Sherie Wilson. You played first violinist while I played second violinist. We also went to Sir Winston Churchill Secondary but you were three grades ahead of you and from what I recall, you while you played in the band, you no longer played in an orchestra. Just wondering, to what extent do you play the violin?

    I first met you in the 1983-84 academic season when we were part of the Vancouver Schools String Orchestra (VSSO) conducted by Mr. Peter Rohloff along with Mr. Rob Roy and Mrs. Sherie Wilson. You played first violinist while I played second violinist. We also went to Sir Winston Churchill Secondary but you were three grades ahead of you and from what I recall, you while you played in the band, you no longer played in an orchestra. Just wondering, to what extent do you play the violin?

  • Mounhime
    Mounhime Oslo - Tangier
    Hi Seamus, Thanks for your performance in Oslo during august...it was for me a nice discovery ;) hope you enjoyed your trip to Lofoten. Hope see you soon and let me know if you're still interested visiting/performing in Tangier;) Grtz Mounhime

    Hi Seamus,
    Thanks for your performance in Oslo during august...it was for me a nice discovery wink hope you enjoyed your trip to Lofoten.

    Hope see you soon and let me know if you're still interested visiting/performing in Tangierwink

    Grtz
    Mounhime

  • Chris Gazzard
    Chris Gazzard Hampton, SW London, UK
    Hello Seamus. Have to admit that I've only recently discovered your music, but wow what great albums ! It's fairly rare to combine great playing with terrific compositions. Hope you'll be playing the UK, particularly London, sometime soon. My one frustration, however, is trying to track down a copy of the "Live In Italy" double cd at a sane price. Cheapest currently available on Amazon.uk is just short of £500 ! Any suggestions where I might find one at an affordable price ? I presume you don't have any spares left ?! Look forward to hearing from you. Cheers, Chris.

    Hello Seamus. Have to admit that I've only recently discovered your music, but wow what great albums ! It's fairly rare to combine great playing with terrific compositions. Hope you'll be playing the UK, particularly London, sometime soon. My one frustration, however, is trying to track down a copy of the "Live In Italy" double cd at a sane price. Cheapest currently available on Amazon.uk is just short of £500 ! Any suggestions where I might find one at an affordable price ? I presume you don't have any spares left ?! Look forward to hearing from you. Cheers, Chris.

  • alex adams
    alex adams lawrence N.J.
    Hi Seamus, Years ago I met and talked to you at Smoke, you were playing there opposite Eddie Henderson. You mentioned that you were an actor and had a SAG card. Have you ever done any plays and if so would you be interested in playing a sax player in a play I wrote called, Giant Steps (the character is influenced by Coltrane) If so, please let me know...aaalexadams@gmail.com 646 594 3274 And if you can't or don't want to even consider it, let me know if you know who would. Hope to hear from you and get your up and coming concert schedule, really love your playing. Thanks, Alex

    Hi Seamus,
    Years ago I met and talked to you at Smoke, you were playing there opposite Eddie Henderson. You mentioned that you were an actor and had a SAG card. Have you ever done any plays and if so would you be interested in playing a sax player in a play I wrote called, Giant Steps (the character is influenced by Coltrane) If so, please let me know...aaalexadams@gmail.com 646 594 3274
    And if you can't or don't want to even consider it, let me know if you know who would. Hope to hear from you and get your up and coming concert schedule, really love your playing. Thanks, Alex

  • Larry Weintraub
    Larry Weintraub Virginia Beach, VA
    Ted: Why did you switch from the Otto Link Reso Chamber mpc to the Ted Klum mpc? I heard you at the Navy Band Sax Symposium and you sounded great on the Reso Chamber mpc. You can e-mail me at Lweintraub1@cox.net.

    Ted: Why did you switch from the Otto Link Reso Chamber mpc to the Ted Klum mpc? I heard you at the Navy Band Sax Symposium and you sounded great on the Reso Chamber mpc. You can e-mail me at Lweintraub1@cox.net.

  • Chris Rub
    Chris Rub Hanover, PA
    From NYT's report today about the Buena Vista Social Club's farewell performances last weekend at the Teatro Karl Marx in Havana, "At the Karl Marx concerts, scrapbook images of the departed Club members were shown on a screen behind the musicians, lending a spirit of sweet sadness to the evening. But the living headliners, with accompanists young enough to be their grandchildren, showed how death can be made irrelevant where music is concerned." Listening to your playing on the second set of the Misha Tsiganov group's appearance Monday night at Small's evoked a similar emotion in me. You are grounded strongly in the tradition, but create something distinctly, and powerfully your own. As you advance it, the tradition lives in you. As you tap into, and build on that stream, you are creating music of beauty and power. Armstrong, Prez, Trane, live in your playing. Thank you.

    From NYT's report today about the Buena Vista Social Club's farewell performances last weekend at the Teatro Karl Marx in Havana, "At the Karl Marx concerts, scrapbook images of the departed Club members were shown on a screen behind the musicians, lending a spirit of sweet sadness to the evening. But the living headliners, with accompanists young enough to be their grandchildren, showed how death can be made irrelevant where music is concerned."

    Listening to your playing on the second set of the Misha Tsiganov group's appearance Monday night at Small's evoked a similar emotion in me. You are grounded strongly in the tradition, but create something distinctly, and powerfully your own. As you advance it, the tradition lives in you. As you tap into, and build on that stream, you are creating music of beauty and power. Armstrong, Prez, Trane, live in your playing. Thank you.

  • Patricio Jofre
    Patricio Jofre La Serena, Chile
    Hi Seamus. My wife and I went to your show in La Serena, last Sunday, and it was awesome. A whole new live sound for me. Quite different to the Chilean Jazz sound. It was a really outstanding performance. Thank you so much for refreshing the Chilean Jazz scene.

    Hi Seamus. My wife and I went to your show in La Serena, last Sunday, and it was awesome. A whole new live sound for me. Quite different to the Chilean Jazz sound. It was a really outstanding performance. Thank you so much for refreshing the Chilean Jazz scene.