Saxophonist, Ed Callé has been dazzling South Florida audiences for over 25 years with his fiery tenor sound. An artist and entertainer, he has an unparalleled ability to play a range of music from bebop, Latin jazz, and contemporary jazz to pop standards with extraordinary ease. Callé can be heard on hundreds of recordings, as both as a sideman and soloist. He appears on Grammy-award-winning albums by Frank Sinatra, Vicky Carr, Arturo Sandoval, and Jon Secada. He has also recorded and performed around the world with such artists as Gloria Estefan, Julio Iglesias, Michael Bolton, Bob James, Bobby Caldwell, Rhianna, Extreme, and Vanessa Williams and has appeared on numerous television and motion picture soundtracks. A versatile artist, he also plays the flute, clarinet, EWI, keyboards, and sings and is known for his compositions and arrangements. His passion is jazz which he discovered as a teen after hearing a Michael Brecker recording. Besides being an internationally acclaimed jazz performer and prolific composer and arranger, Callé is in great demand as a jazz clinician and enjoys working with students. Ed has served as a guest artist and clinician with the Monk Institute and at colleges including Brigham Young University, Temple College, The University of North Florida, The University of Florida, The University of Miami, and West Palm Beach Community College.
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