Robert Sadin

born on 1/1/1953

Robert Sadin

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Robert Sadin is an American jazz musician, conductor, arranger, composer and producer.[1] He was conductor of the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra.



  1. ^ Jazz times, 35, 1-5 p82 2005 "... by Robert Sadin (whose long list of critical and popular accomplishments includes Wayne Shorter's Alegrid), "
  2. ^ Jet - 1999 3 15 "ENTERTAINMENT A Herbie Hancock and Robert Sadin congratulate each other on winning Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Individual or Group, for Gershwin's World. Hancock also won Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying ...
  3. ^ Jet (magazine) 89 5 Kathleen Battle: Opera Diva Sings Jazz Style on 'So Many Stars' Album - 1995 12 11 p24 "Robert Sadin, co-producer of So Many Stars along with Ms. Battle, was influential in her decision to branch in a ... "I'm actually very proud of the work that Robert Sadin did on this album-everyone involved-but I think Bob was the one that led to .."

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