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Renee Manning
The Renee Manning/Earl McIntyre Septet

Renee Manning vocals, Earl McIntyre bass trombone, Patience Higgins reeds, Ron Jackson guitar, Trifon Dimitrov bass, Carlos “Carly” Maldonado percussion, Buddy Williams, drums

Renée Manning
Vocalist /Composer

Renee has worked with the Mel Lewis Orchestra, the George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band, Chico O’Farrill, Lester Bowie, Mingus Big Bands and many others touring Europe, Scandinavia & Asia.

She performed live on WBGO at the Sarah Vaughn Jazz Festival and brought down the house appearing with Jimmy Heath, Jimmy Owens and T.S. Monk, at the BAM cafe.She has also had the honor of sharing the stage with legends Carmen McCrae, Dizzy Gillespie, Taj Mahal and David Amram.

In Europe, Ms. Manning appeared as a guest soloist in the concert presentation of the George Gruntz opera "Cosmopolitan Greetings" (a production done with the Cologne Radio Orchestra ) She also performed at the Gstaad Opera Festival in The Magic of a Flute, a jazz version of the Magic Flute tale immortalized by Mozart.

Manning is a strong composer as well and has received several writing grants. Her compositions include "Nee's Corner" a collection of compositions dedicated to all aspects of femininity. December 2014, Renee was part of a recording project with The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra and several Cuban musicians in Havana, Cuba. “The Conversation Continues”
recently won a Latin Grammy. Her most recent CD is “All Grown Up”.
Renée and Earl McIntyre started their own educational venture, “Excelsior Music Studio” which focuses on adults and seniors. Please see www.excelsiormusicstudio.com

Earl McIntyre
Bass Trombone, Tuba, Arranger

Earl has played, recorded or arranged for Gil Evans, Charles Mingus, Miles Davis, Taj Mahal, Lester Bowie, The Band, Stevie Wonder, McCoy Tyner, J.J. Johnson,Carla Bley, Aretha Franklin, Cedar Walton, Levon Helm, the Count Basie Orchestra, the Ellington Orchestra, the Thad Jones -Mel Lewis Orchestra, Slide Hampton, the Mingus Big Band, Cecil Taylor, Arturo O’Farrill & the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra and Fred Ho.

He appears on many Grammy award & Tony winning productions.

Earl was also the producer, originator and driving force behind the First Annual Brooklyn Brass Fest, The festival presented performances, workshops and panels featuring some of the most notable brass instrument artists in the world.

Earl’s composition was part of a recording project with The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra and several Cuban musicians in Havana, Cuba. “The Conversation Continues” recently won a Latin Grammy.

His latest CD release is “Brass Carnival and Tribute!”
He and Renee Manning co-own an educational endeavor called the” Excelsior Music Studio” which focuses on adults and seniors.

Please see www.excelsiormusicstudio.com