Jeanette Harris Plays the UNISON Custom 2000 Alto
Jeanette Harris has has been compared to the late Grover Washington Jr. In 2005, Jeanette was recognized as a “Shooting Star” and nominated for “Best Jazz Instumentalist” by the L.A. Black Music Awards.

“After graduating from Berklee College in Boston, I realized how much music helped me to get through school and offered me the opportunity to go to college. Music created my window of opportunity, so I am passionate about ensuring that music programs stay available in our schools.”
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Fabian Hernandez Plays the UNISON S300II-BX

Fabian is a two-time grammy nominated Jazz artist who is representing a new era of music. Fabian has produced a sound that listeners have yearned for with groundbreaking stylistic fusion like Boney James, Kenny G, and Dave Koz. These artists have taken the best ingredients of Rock, R ‘n B, and Afro-Cuban syncopations and applied them to the harmonic tapestry of Jazz. What Fabian has done is taken this step further. Fabian recieved his harmonic influence from straight-ahead Jazz masters such as Bill Evans and Charlie Parker, applying their musical traits to currently-trendy rythmic styles. He has married these contrasting musical genres, thereby creating a totally new sound: One that is hip and exciting, while maintaining it’s harmonic roots in early Jazz.

David Baron Stevens Plays the UNISON Alto Artist 300II

DBS has had the privilege of sharing the stage with such world-class musicians as: Steve Allen, Roy McCurdy, Eric Marienthal, Jeff Hamilton, Dave Samuels, Bill Cunliffe, Carl Saunders, Pete Christlieb, Harold Mayburn, Chuck Findley, Joe LaBarbera, Gary Foster, Wayne Wallace, Paul Shagoian, Ron McCurdy, Gunnar Biggs, Rick Heltzer, Jim Walker, Andr? Bush, and Mark Levine, all before age 30. Stevens is a former student of the jazz great Jeff Clayton and flute master Tracy Harris. In 2005, DBS was selected to the IAJE Community College All-Star Jazz Band, matched with some of the most talented young jazz musicians in the country, performing at the annual convention in Long Beach, CA. The same year, he was nominated for the first-ever Berklee College of Music Presidential Scholarship and accepted as a private student of Victor Goines of The Julliard School and Wynton Marsalis' Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra!

An experienced clinician and soloist, DBS performs jazz clinics and Guest Artist appearances all over Central California. He is a motivating educator with a strong reputation for training young jazz musicians. DBS is an instructor at the Bakersfield Jazz Workshop, developing curriculum and teaching a Jazz Combo Class for horn, rhythm, and vocal musicians. He has recently performed at the 2010 Bakerfield Jazz Festival and other venues in the Bay Area and Southern California. David Baron Stevens continues to be a force on the music scene in California.