Jeff Harrington
 | Berklee College of Music




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I have been using Rico and D'Addario reeds for many, many years now.  Since I first began playing they have been my reed of choice and I have come to depend on their consistently high performance and excellent response.

A D'Addario Woodwinds player since 1970.

Saxophonist Jeff Harrington is a Professor at Berklee College of Music (where he teaches saxophone, improvisation and jazz history), a Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Affiliated Artist and a Harvard University MLSP Instructor.

Performances and clinics in Europe, St. Thomas, Taiwan, Martinique, the Philippines, Barbados, China, Los Angeles, the southwest US and throughout New England.

Through his Online Jazz Lessons, he distance-teaches improvisation and saxophone worldwide.

His recordings include: Cosmic Motion Picture with his own quartet; One by the Reed Dieffenbach Quartet; HOMECOOKIN’! (Reed Dieffenbach Sextet); and, So Tru by Trudy Sandhaus.  Emanation (Jeff Harrington Quartet) and Reed Dieffenbach CD’s are due out soon.

Additionally, he is the author of the Blues Improvisation Complete Series (Berklee Press/Hal Leonard), Essential Solos On Standard Progressions (Advance Music), Famous Saxophone Solos from R&B, Pop and Smooth Jazz (Berklee Press/Hal Leonard), Great Tenor Saxophone Solos, Vol. 1 & 2 (Oasis Press), Great Smooth Jazz, R&B, and Pop Tenor Saxophone Solos (Oasis Press), and Written Solos On Standard Tunes, Vol.1 & 2 (Oasis Press).



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