Anthony R Wolff
|Cat. #||Term||Course #||Title|
|1959||04||MUS161||Applied Instrumental Music I|
|2002||04||MUS261||Applied Instrumental Music II|
|2029||04||MUS361||Applied Instrumental Music III|
|2056||04||MUS461||Applied Instrumental Music IV|
Guitarist Tony Wolff graduated from Brown University in 1982, with additional studies at Berklee College of music. He has studied music theory and improvisation with Charlie Banacos and Jon Damian, and has taught and performed extensively throughout the New England area for over 25 years.
In 1996, Tony became Musical Director for saxophonist Leonard Hochman, arranging, recording, and performing music at the Regattabar, the Gardner Museum, the White Mountains Jazz Festival, and Ryles Jazz Club. He has also recorded with Phil Swanson, Richard Gardzina, and Paul Beaudry, as well as been featured in recordings with the Tom Roli Big Band.
Tony is currently performing at venues throughout the New England area.