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- Anton Fig
Anton was born in Cape Town, South Africa, and started playing the drums at age four. He moved to Boston in the USA when he was 17 and studied both jazz and classical music at the New England Conservatory, graduating in 1975. The following year he moved to New York and began making his name as a freelance musician. He soon met Letterman show MD Paul Shaffer on a session for Joan Armatrading, but it was almost ten years before he got the chance to join Shaffer on the Letterman show.
- Tony Fisher
Started playing at a very early age at the instigation of his father – a Brass Band tuba player.
- Justin Foley
- Antonio Forcione
Hailed as the Jimi Hendrix of the acoustic guitar, Antonio Forcione has a charismatic stage personality with the instinct of a musician determined to brush aside artificial barriers, creating an amazing fusion of emotional expression and formidable technique.
- Al Foster
McCoy Tyner, Miles Davis
- Jean-Yves Fourmeau
Heir to the large French school of the traditional saxophone, Jean-Yves FOURMEAU belongs to this race of musicians who, with enthusiasm, carry high the colours of their instrument. He makes radiate the saxophone under all his facets: Soloist, Chamber music, Orchestrate and Teaching.
- Howard Francis
“Before switching to a new instrument I like to research all the possible options. I found that the MOTIFES ticks all the right boxes and is a cut above the rest in terms of the quality of sound it delivers – I just love it all.”
- Adam Frey
Adam Frey has quickly established himself as one of the best euphonium soloists in the world by bringing his sharp intellect, mature musicianship, and charismatic stage presence to audiences all over the world.
- David Friedman
David Friedman, internationally renowned vibraphonist, marimbist, composer and jazz educator, has his own musical message, born of fascinatingly diverse musical influences. Few jazz musicians can claim as broad a spectrum of performing and recording experience, with such varied musical personalities as Leonard Bernstein, Luciano Berio, Bobby McFerrin, Wayne Shorter and Yoko Ono. The list doesn`t stop there. Friedman has been heard either live or on recordings with, among others, Joe Henderson, Horace Silver, Johnny Griffin, Jane Ira Bloom, Ron Carter and John Scofield. His compositions are featured on Chet Baker`s award winning Enja release, Peace, with bassist Buster Williams and drummer Joe Chambers. Friedman is also the featured soloist on this recording.
- Nick Fyffe
Drawing influence from the funky bass lines and bass-heavy electro and hip-hop of the 1980s, Nick’s future was clearly one with a groove.