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Dan has hosted and performed at clinics and jazz workshops both in the USA and in Europe. A short list would include:

The Mile-High Jazz Festival in Denver, CO;
the Jazzin' July Workshop in the Netherlands; 

clinics and concerts with traditional jazz bands at Brigham Young University

and--years ago--clinics sponsored by the Triangle Jazz Party in Kingsport, TN and Raleigh, NC.

Dan is especially excited about the upcoming Jazzin' July Workshop!
(Please see details at the left.)
"Passing the torch," and keeping the jazz flame lighted is very important to Dan. He remembers the many older players who were so generous with their knowledge, and who helped and influenced him in his early years.

In the spirit of "passing it along," Dan tries to make himself available to serious younger players, and takes part in clinics and jazz workshops as much as his schedule allows.

Los Angeles, CA

Dan has been a frequent guest instructor for JazzAmerica.  This non-profit foundation helps introduce jazz fundamentals to high school and college students in the Los Angeles area.
For more information (and/or to make a much-needed donation), please contact
JazzAmerica's Musical Director, Richard Simon, at: UFOBASS(at)aol.com or visit JazzAmerica's website:

JULY 1-6, 2019

Another highlight of Dan's year is the Jazzin' July Workshop. The JJW is produced by Dan's long-time friend, Frank Roberscheuten (RO-bare-shoy-tin). Frank, who lives in Belgium, is one of Europe's leading reed men, and one of Dan's favorites.  His successful JJW provides the template for the "sister" Workshop in Chautauqua.

The Jazzin' July Workshop is held annually at the state-of-the-art Golden Tulip Jagershorst Hotel--in the Leenderbos woods, near Eindhoven, in the Netherlands!

Frank's teaching staff includes seven of Europe's leading jazz players, plus two Americans: Dan and Franks wife, Shaunette Hildebrand who is the JJW's vocal instructor.

For details, please contact:
Frank Roberscheuten
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