Jazz guitarist and composer Norman Zocher has performed with his trio in clubs both in Boston—the Willow and Ryles—and in Manhattan— Brownie’s and the Underground. He has also played with the Jazz Composers Alliance Orchestra and the Jamaica Plain Symphony Orchestra and recorded with the Paul Bley Duo. He performed the world premiere of Lifeline by Muhal Richard Abrams at the Banff Centre for the Arts. Recently, he recorded the scores for the PBS special "No Vote, No Voice" and WCVB’s "To Hull and Back."
B.M., M.M., NEC. Studies at Banff Centre for the Arts Jazz Workshop. Studies with Mick Goodrick, Cecil McBee, Hankus Netsky, Dave Holland, Bob Moses, Paul Bley, George Garzone, Tom McKinley. Recordings on Urban Campfire, Another World, Wet Orange. Faculty of Berklee College of Music, Longy School of Music.
Photo by Andrew Hurlbut
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