Anton Delecca, New York, New York. likes. Anton Delecca is a saxophonist and composer from Melbourne, Australia living in New York. Anton Delecca formed the original quartet in mid after returning from a year in Sydney. The band played several seasons at Melbourne jazz venue. This win-win line up of Anton Delecca (tenor saxophone), Luke Howard (piano), Jonathan Zion (acoustic bass) and Daniel Farrugia (drums).
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After completing high school, Daniel entered into a bachelor degree of music performance at the Victorian College of The Anfon and during his first year, he was awarded the Gwen Nisbett Scholarship Award. Daniel began studying drums and percussion at the age of eleven at Rowville Secondary College under the guidance of Brian Czempinksi.
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Now at the age of 24, Daniel’s versatility and musical ability has made him one of Australia’s in demand drummers. The resulting record, ‘Parallels, Layers’ has received much acclaim from within the jazz community. Anton Delecca – tenor and soprano saxophones Anton completed a bachelors degree in music performance at the Victorian College of the Arts in and since that time has performed and recorded nationally and internationally.
He also composes regularly for Melbourne’s premier large ensemble devoted to original music the Bennetts Lane Big Band. The Healer relecca Anton Delecca Quartet. He toured extensively with the band, playing at major festivals and venues, completing three European tours as well as performances in Japan and New Zealand.
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Spangle-Lang Lane by Ryan Porter. Concentrating on the progressive sounds of jazz while maintaining general accessibility. This win-win line up of Anton Delecca atnon saxophoneLuke Howard pianoJonathan Zion acoustic bass and Daniel Farrugia drumsmake music in The Healer that is compelling and absorbing.
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Anton Delecca formed the original quartet in mid after returning from a year in Sydney. The very best in Australian Jazz CDs.
Album review | The Healer (Anton Delecca Quartet) by John Hardaker
Anton re-formed the band early in with a new line-up and repertoire. He performed and recorded for thirteen years with internationally acclaimed band The Bamboos, recording nine albums along with several spin-off projects, including recordings for the ABC and BBC.
Featuring the BC Weekly best new albums and artists from Marc’s composition ‘Out and Out’ was nominated as a semi-finalist in the jazz category of the International Song Contest, and he was one of four jazz composers to be nominated for the Melbourne Jazz Fringe Festival’s annual deleccca.
In he twice traveled to Hong Kong to perform as featured soloist with local ensembles in public concerts and jazz clubs.
Performed in New Zealand with Australian rock band ‘Icehouse’.
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For two years prior to leaving for New York he was tutoring and lecturing in the Bachelor of Music Degree program at Melbourne Polytechnic.
In he received a ‘Skills Arts and Development’ grant from the Australia Council of the Arts to travel to Brisbane for intensive study with violinist John Rodgers, drummer Ken Edie and saxophonist Elliot Dalgleish and in was awarded an Australia Council of the Arts bUZZ grant anon a recording of original music with his septet.
Kylie Auldist – Just Say’. Will Poskitt – piano Will Poskitt played in the quartet for most deledca until his tragic death on November 8th