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  • Ed MacEachen

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    maceache@newschool.edu

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    Ed MacEachen

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    Ed MacEachen is a jazz guitarist who got his professional start in 1977 in his hometown of Cleveland, Ohio where he studied with Bill D’Arrango (sideman with Ben Webster and Dizzy Gillespie).  Ed moved to New York in 1984  where he worked in the bands of Jack McDuff, Chico Hamilton and Erestine Anderson to name a few. He currently lives and performs in the New York City area and can be heard on Eliot Zigmund’s  “Starlight”, Bill Mobley’s  “Singularity” and Liz Child's "Take Flight" among others.  Ed teaches both in the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music  program (since 1989) and at the 92nd Street Y (since 1996).


    Current Courses

    Improv Ens: Guitar

    Improvisation Ensemble

    JCM Fundamentals: Comp 2

    Sight-Reading Guitar 1A

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