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Neil Bacher

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Neil Bacher grew up in Miami where he started to play Jazz guitar professionally at age 17. In the course of his career he’s played as a sideman for Ira Sullivan, Dolph and Tony Castellano, Stan Getz, Elvin Jones, Bobby Mover, Alice Day, Sandy Patton and many others. He toured the United States, Japan, and South America as well as Europe, where he lived, played, and taught for more than 10 years. During that time he extensively performed in duo with bassist Peter Bockius as well as with his trio, consisting of the two musicians and drummer Sunk Pöschl.

He has been living and working back in South Florida since the year 2000. He is also still traveling to Europe to perform and to teach master classes. Neil is currently residing in West Palm Beach
and is holding the position of professor for Jazz Guitar, Jazz Guitar Ensembles, and Jazz Combos at Palm Beach State College as well as performing with his own quartet throughout South Florida.


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