Mosesian Center for the ArtsJazz at the Mosesian: A Jazzy Christmas with the Danny Harrington/John Baboian Quartet
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In its 11th season, Jazz at the Mosesian presents A Jazzy Christmas, featuring the Danny Harrington/John Baboian Quartet.
Harrington, a baritone saxophonist, has been a professor at Berklee College of Music since 1978. He is a member of the college’s Harmony Department, which teaches the theory of American popular music from the early 20th century to present. Before joining the faculty, Harrington toured with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra under the direction of Buddy Morrow. He has performed with Nick Brignola, Gary Burton, Herb Pomeroy, Gary Smulyan, and Joe Lovano, as well as leading his own group since 1980.
Baboian, a guitarist and artistic director for the Jazz at the Mosesian series, has been a member of the college's faculty since 1980. His performances and teaching clinics have taken him around the world, but he still enjoys playing in his hometown of Watertown, Massachusetts. Baboian has shared the stage with a host of well-known performers, including Frankie Avalon, Sergio Franchi, Connie Francis, Al Martino, and Jim Nabors. He has written for a number of television shows, and had a cameo appearance in the feature film Ted.
Rounding out the quartet are Bob Sinicrope on bass and Jon Hazilla on drums.