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Ayn Inserto
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Ayn Inserto received her Masters of Music degree in Jazz Composition from the New England Conservatory in May 2001. She currently resides in Boston, is an associate professor in Jazz Composition at Berklee College of Music and teaches privately in Massachusetts. She released her first album, Clairvoyance, featuring Bob Brookmeyer and George Garzone in 2006. Her second album, Muse, was released February 2009, featuring George Garzone. Her third album, Home Away From Home, was recorded by the Colours Jazz Orchestra in Fano, Italy, and released in June 2014. Her fourth album is scheduled to be released in September 2018 on Summit Records and will feature George Garzone, Sean Jones and John Fedchock.
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Releases on file (4)
Ayn Inserto Jazz Orchestra — Down a Rabbit Hole Ayn Inserto Jazz Orchestra — Down a Rabbit Hole
(Summit DCD 732, 2018, CD)
Ayn Inserto — Home Away from Home - Colours Jazz Orchestra Plays the Music of Ayn Inserto Ayn Inserto — Home Away from Home - Colours Jazz Orchestra Plays the Music of Ayn Inserto
((Not on label) Neuklang NCD4097 , 2014, CD)
Ayn Inserto Jazz Orchestra — Muse Ayn Inserto Jazz Orchestra — Muse
((Not on label) , 2009, CD)
Ayn Inserto Jazz Orchestra — Clairvoyance Ayn Inserto Jazz Orchestra — Clairvoyance
((Not on label) , 2006, CD)

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