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Columbia College

600 South Michigan Avenue

Chicago, Illinois,60605

United States

Company Description

Columbia College is a private liberal arts women's college related to the United Methodist Church; with a legacy of developing women leaders possessing the courage, commitment, confidence and competence to build a better world. In addition to the Women's Colle...more

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Straight Ahead and Other Directions Jazz Camp - Clinician Bios | Jazz Institute of Chicago

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Dan Anderson
Chicago Jazz Ensemble bassist Dan Anderson studied music at the Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan, the University of Illinois, and Northwestern University. Anderson is a virtuoso performer on tuba as well as the double bass and his eclectic resume stretches from his work with the Von Freeman Quartet (bass) to guest work with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Chicago Brass Quintet (tuba). Anderson has performed at many classical music festivals in Europe and the U.S., and at jazz festivals in Brussels, Chicago, Cologne, Moscow, Pompeii, Leverkusen (Germany), and Zagreb (Croatia). He has also performed or recorded with the Ray Charles Orchestra, Henry Mancini, the Nuremberg Philharmonic, and Dr. John, among others. He currently teaches Jazz Double Bass at Columbia College Chicago.


Columbia College Chicago : The Chicago Jazz Ensemble

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Dan Anderson, Bass
Originally from Batavia, Illinois, Dan Anderson studied music at the Interlochen Arts Academy, University of Illinois and Northwestern University. Mr. Anderson is a member of the Chicago Brass Quintet, Chicago Jazz Ensemble and the Von Freeman Quintet. He is also a substitute tubist with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and is active as a free-lance tubist and bassist in the Chicago Music Scene. He teaches jazz double bass at Columbia College Chicago. During his career, Mr. Anderson has performed at many music festivals in Europe and the U.S. including Ravinia, Banff, Aspen, Lancaster, and jazz festivals in Chicago, Cologne, Pompeii, Brussels, Berghausen, Zagreb, Leverkusen and Moscow.


Dan Anderson

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Dan Anderson
Dan Anderson Dan Anderson Dan Anderson Dan Anderson currently resides in Batavia with his wife Irene and their two sons, August and Dixon . His interest in music emerged at the age of nine with the discovery of his uncle's trumpet in the attic. Dan subsequently started playing the tuba in the fifth grade band and also enjoyed playing the baritone and trombone during his earlier years. He studied further at the . Before finishing college, Dan spent two years living in Germany . There, his freelance work took him from the Octoberfest Bands to the Nuernberg Philharmonic. In addition to the Maxwell Street Klezmer Band, he plays string bass with the Chicago Brass Quintet , Von Freeman Quintet and the Chicago Jazz Ensemble. On occasion Dan is also a guest with the Chicago Symphony and many other musical organizations in Chicagoland. He teaches jazz bass at Columbia College Chicago and tuba and euphonium at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee . Dan always tries to bring relaxed spontaneity and positive energy to every performance and views his playing as a life-long endeavor. Dan Anderson


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DAN ANDERSON currently resides in Batavia with his wife Irene and their two sons, August and Dixon.
His interest in music emerged at the age of nine with the discovery of his uncle's trumpet in the attic. Dan subsequently started playing the tuba in the fifth grade band and also enjoyed playing the baritone and trombone during his earlier years. He studied further at the Interlochen Arts Academy, University of Illinois and Northwestern University. Before finishing college, Dan spent two years living in Germany. There, his freelance work took him from the Octoberfest Bands to the Nuernberg Philharmonic. In addition to the Chicago Brass Quintet, he plays string bass with the Von Freeman Quintet and the Chicago Jazz Ensemble. On occasion Dan is also a guest with the Chicago Symphony and many other musical organizations in Chicagoland. He teaches jazz bass at Columbia College Chicago and tuba and euphonium at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee. Dan always tries to bring relaxed spontaneity and positive energy to every performance and views his playing as a life-long endeavor.


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Batavia resident Dan Anderson first picked up the tuba as a fifth-grader in the Batavia band program, though he claims that his interest in music was initially sparked when, at age nine, he discovered his uncle's trumpet in the attic.
Despite advice to the contrary, he was not content to stick with one instrument, and experimented with baritone and trombone. Anderson is known now for his skill in a variety of jazz stylings: traditional, 1920s, Classic 1950's, Latin and modern. Dan attended the Interlochen Arts Academy, where he learned bass. An opportunity to see the Woody Herman Band swing in person convinced him that the world of jazz was where he belonged. Anderson has been invited to sit in as a guest tuba player for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and has performed with nearly every orchestra in Chicago with the exception of the Lyric Opera. Among the symphonies and orchestras with which he has performed are groups in Milwaukee, Lake Forest and Elgin, as well as the Illinois Philharmonic, Chicago Pops, Broadway in Chicago and the Paramount Theater in Aurora. Dan can be heard as a string bassist with the Chicago Brass Quintet, Von Freeman Quintet, Morgan Powell Orchestra and the Chicago Jazz Ensemble. He has composed commercial jingles - and pieces for the Chicago Brass Quintet, which has performed throughout the United States, Canada, South America and Asia. A gifted teacher, Anderson has conducted classes at DePaul University and Northern Illinois University. He currently teaches jazz bass at Columbia College in Chicago and tuba and euphonium at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee. Dan leads his own ensemble, Basso Neauveux. The website "You Can Be Funny" has a page for tuba jokes - and Dan has a spot there, where he is described as "an exceptional jazz and dixieland player" (and that is no joke). Dan teamed up with his long time friend, Pat Bergeson (and fellow Batavia native), to record and produce Hippy Dance. Topic: Dan Anderson


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