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Melvin Llord (Admin):
Happy Birthday Ed! Many blessings for you and your family. Enjoy your special day!
Melvin Llord (Admin): Hello Ed, I haven't talked to you in a while. i hope that everything is great. I am very interested in working on your idea, the sax players convention. If it's ok with you I will like to start organizing something! :)
Melvin Llord (Admin): I am sure you remember when this website started. You were one of the 1st members, i was very excited to see you join. God has really blessed us. We are averaging over 200k page views per week. Still a lot of work to be done but God has been so good with us.
Melvin Llord (Admin): Mis respetos y admiracion siempre. Eres un ejemplo para todos los saxofonistas a traves del mundo, especialmente los latinos, para que sepan que podemos lograr lo que nos proponemos. Un abrazo Dr. Ed Calle!!
La oportunidad de vivir uno de estos gloriosos momentos será el próximo 24 de septiembre en el Concord Lake Park, donde la Ciudad de Casselberry ha organizado un encuentro con el jazz. Este concierto se da en el marco del décimo aniversario de El Sen
Saxophonist Ed Calle is known for his extraordinary ability to play bebop, Latin and contemporary jazz, and pop. Born in Caracas of Spanish parents, it was obvious from the start that he was a natural player and now, Calle can be heard on hundreds of recordings both as a sideman and soloist. He appears on Grammy-award-winning albums by Frank Sinatra, Vicky Carr, Arturo Sandoval, and Jon Secada, as well as on numerous television and motion picture soundtracks. He also has 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. Among his many solo recordings, Ed Calle Plays Santana garnered a Latin Grammy Award nomination in 2005. His latest release In the Zone (2006) features original compositions and jazz standards and earned a Latin Grammy nomination in 2007. Besides being an internationally acclaimed jazz performer and prolific composer and arranger, Calle 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. Ed and Sari Calle live with their three children in South Florida where Ed serves as Associate Professor Senior of Music Business and Production at Miami Dade College. A member of the Miami Saxophone Quartet, a Selmer saxophone artist, and Jody Jazz mouthpieces and AMT microphones endorser, Ed Calle also owns and operates One-Take Recording Studios, leads the Fuego Caliente Latin Jazz Orchestra, and has earned a Doctor of Higher Education Leadership from Nova Southeastern University where he graduated with a perfect 4.0 average. Addressing one of America's greatest educational challenges, Dr. Calle's doctoral dissertation compares the effectiveness of online and traditional remedial mathematics education. In addition to his passion for and study of music, Ed is a lifelong student of mathematics who is frequently asked to deliver lectures exploring the relationship between music and mathematics. Dr. Calle delivered the keynote address at the MAC^3 conference in 2007.