A three-year Thursday-night stand at the Upper West Side club Smoke led to a two-year run and two recordings with Pelt, whom she impressed with her abiding professionalism and knowledge of the canon. Men come to New York and find mentors who teach them how to be and what to do.
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Genre Jazz. View as PDF. By Paul Rauch Being a Seattle jazz musician, and spending some serious time in New York City has become a rite of passage in many ways. Skills Posted on July 26, Our Sponsors. Past Issues She went on to receive numerous soloist awards at various jazz festivals, including Outstanding Saxophone Soloist at the prestigious Essentially Ellington Competition in , while playing first Tenor chair in the acclaimed Garfield High School Jazz Band.
Roxy accepted a full Presidential Scholarship to attend William Paterson University in NJ after receiving scholarship offers from some of the top music schools.
Her rich background has offered her the opportunity to perform alongside jazz legends and greats such as Clark Terry, Claudio Roditi, and Grassella Oliphant.
Roxy is also a prolific composer, and was commissioned by the Daniel Gwirtzman Dance Company in to write a full score for a minute dance piece, Tribe, which was commissioned by the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York City.
Roxy's self-titled debut album released in October of this year, featuring eight original compositions on which she plays Tenor and Soprano Saxophones, as well as Flute. I want to make music you can feel in your bones, full of honesty, passion, joy, and awareness," says Coss.
No longer can you say that the role of Jazz Saxophonist belongs to the traditional male player. TW provides a presence that holds attention. Buy this entire album. Previous page Next page. The tri-state's ultimate lifestyle guide!The home page of jazz saxophonist, composer, and activist (WIJO Founder) Roxy Coss.