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Ed Calle


Miami Dade College

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Miami Dade College

300 NE 2Nd Avenue Room 1158

Miami, Florida,33132

United States

Company Description

Miami Dade College (MDC) is the higher education institution with the largest undergraduate enrollment in America, with more than 165,000 students. It is also the nation's top producer of Associate in Arts and Science degrees and awards more degrees to minorit...more

Background Information

Employment History


Monk Institute


Miami Saxophone Quartet




Miami Sax Quartet



Nova Southeastern University

Bachelor Degree


Master of Music Degree

University of Miami


educational leadership

Miami Dade College

bachelor's degree


Florida International University

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Artists Bios/Audio/Videos - Gold Coast Jazz Society - Results from #20

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Ed Calle
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.

Miami Saxophone Quartet

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The members of the quartet (right, clockwise from top): Ed Calle, Mike Brignola, Gary Lindsay, Gary Keller).
South Florida saxophonists Gary Keller, Gary Lindsay, Ed Calle, and Mike Brignola have created a contemporary sound unique among saxophone quartets. Led by the award winning writing of Lindsay and Calle, the group explores the realms of Jazz, Pop, Latin, R&B, and chamber music, performing both originals and their own arrangements of songs from a diverse array of musical legends, including John Coltrane, Paul Simon, Pat Metheny, James Taylor, Thad Jones, and Chucho Valdez. Two time Latin Grammy nominee Ed Calle needs little introduction. One of the world's top recording saxophonists, he has been featured on hundreds of recordings by today's top artists in the Pop, Jazz, and Latin idioms. Ed writes requently for the quartet, including his original pieces Rice and Beans,The Iberia Suite, and Dancing On a Cloud. He is currentlysenior faculty of Miami Dade College.

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Latin Jazz Festival featuring Arturo Sandoval, Nestor Torres, Albita and Ed Calle

Music Professor Incites "Twitter Mob" With Controversial Obama Tweet - The Reporter

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Ed Calle performing.
HENRY PASOS-CAPODIFERRO/REPORTER FILE PHOTO Twitter Scandal: Saxophonist and Miami Dade College professor Eduardo Calle caused discord on Twitter after a controversial "birther" tweet about President Barack Obama. Headshot of Ed Calle. Music business professor Eduardo Calle is facing backlash on social media after a controversial New Year's Day tweet about President Barack Obama's citizenship prompted dozens of Twitter users to demand his dismissal from the College. The link was an article from New York Magazine making the case for President-elect Donald Trump's impeachment, to which Calle responded: "Yeah, right. "My constitutionally protectedresponse to a comment demanding the baseless impeachmentof President Elect Donald J. Trump was an ironic and likely baseless alternative suggestion thatAmerica impeach someone whose [sic] posted birth certificate has been carefully analyzed anddetermined a forgery by at least two independent experts..." Calle wrote. "Consequently, while I am sorry if anyone was offended by my constitutionally protectedexercises of free speech and inquiry- I will never apologize for exercising my rights." In a statement that has been since removed from his response, Calle reprimanded people who sent him "insulting, threatening, and otherwise idiotic emails. When contacted by The Reporter, Calle directed the newspaper to his website. The seasoned saxophonist, composer, orchestrator and producer is a tenured professor in the School of Entertainment Design & Technology. A Latin Grammy Award winner and five-time Grammy nominee, Calle has worked with artists like Shakira, Gloria Estefan and Julio Iglesias. Juan Mendieta, the director of communications at MDC, declined to comment on whether or not any disciplinary action took place but confirmed that Calle is still employed by the College. Calle remains at MDC and we have no other comments, especially regarding personnel matters." Leadership of the The United Faculty of Miami Dade College, the school's professors union, would not answer The Reporter's questions about the process of a professor facing disciplinary action or their stance on whether or not professors should be protected in their rights to post freely on their own personal social media accounts. According to the union's contract on their website, the College reserves the right to correct any "deficiencies in performance or conduct" with disciplinary actions ranging from "oral counseling, written counseling, written reprimand, withholding salary increases, return to annual contract, suspension with pay, suspension without pay, discharge, or other appropriate action." Calle is not the first professor to face backlash after expressing controversial opinions on personal social media sites.

Casino News - South Florida Gambling

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Noted sax player with Barbieri tribute; GMC at Miccosukee Sax player Ed Calle leads a tribute to Gato Barbieri at 4 p.m. Sunday at Casino Miami.
Calle, a professor of music business and production at Miami-Dade College, is a five-time Grammy nominee and recorded with...

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