Album · 2001 · 9 Songs. in the Library Dino Govoni. Jay Azzolina, Dino Govoni, Adam Nussbaum & Dave Zinno). Govoni: Breakin' Out. 2000.
Young Boston-based saxophonist Dino Govoni, who has appeared as a sideman on a number of recent albums, steps forward to lead a talented quartet on In the Library, an earnest volume of engaging post-bop essays, most of them written by Govoni and his companions. The exceptions are Chick Corea’s melodious Again and Again and Suzanna Sifter’s volatile Lines for Charlie.
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In a rare South Coast appearance this smokin’ quartet featuring Jay Azzolina - guitar, Dino Govoni - tenor, Adam Nussbaum - drums and Dave Zinno - bass, will be playing music from their Whaling City Sound release, Chance Meeting. Fri 20:00 EDT · Gilda's Stone Rooster · Marion, MA, United States. 10 people interested. Dino Govoni Details to come!!! Dino Govoni. 12 April ·. Upcoming gigs!!! Friday: Shaun England Band @ Gilda's, Marion MA 8-11 Shaun.
Dino Govoni, tenor sax One of the most versatile contemporary saxophonists is undoubtedly Dino Govoni. Govoni learned from two tenor sax greats, Jerry Bergonzi and George Garzone, and furthered his studies by attending Berklee College of Music, studying with the late, great Joe Viola. Govoni has two recordings under his own name to date, Breakin’ Out and In the Library, both on the Whaling City Sound label. Dino has also been a side man on many sessions and recordings with many well-known artists as well and many local artists in Boston and New York. In addition to his performances, Govoni is currently on the faculty at Berklee College of Music (as an assistant professor of woodwinds) and lives in Franklin Massachusetts with his wife, also a musician and young daughter.
One of today's most versatile contemporary saxophonists is undoubtedly Dino Govoni. Govoni learned from two tenor saxophone greats, Jerry Bergonzi and George Garzone, and furthered his studies by attending the Berklee College of Music soon after studying with the great Joe Viola. A year later, he issued his debut album, Breakin' Out, on the Whaling City Sound label. This was followed up with In the Library in 2002.