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Aldo Salvent is an award winning saxophonist, composer, arranger, author and educator.
He holds a Doctoral degree from University of Miami Frost School of Music, a Master's from Florida International University, and a Bachelor's with Summa Cum Laude mention from the National University of Costa Rica.
As a saxophonist, Aldo has recorded, played and toured in more than 20 countries with a variety of artists including Maria Schneider, Paquito D’ Rivera, Brian Lynch, John Hart, Calixto Oviedo, Waldo Madera, Chuck Bergeron, Jim Gasior, Jamie Ousley, Gary Keller, Alfredo Chacón and Mike Orta.
In January 2015 Aldo released Da Capo, his first solo album on Dazzle Recordings, receiving outstanding reviews from “All About Jazz."
Besides his own project "Aldo Salvent Quintet," he also performs and records with the Grammy & Latin Grammy Nominated group PALO!, the Waldo Madera Jazz Quintet, Alfredo Chacón's Quartet and Brian Lynch's Spheres of Influences Band.
Aldo is also the author of six books which are published and available in the Store, as well as Amazon Kindle, Apple Books and Sheet Music Plus. He is also an experienced artist with more than 20 years of professional career, having performed with the most respected bands, corporate companies and studio recording horn sections of South Florida.
At the moment, Aldo serves as an adjunct professor of saxophone at Florida International University.
"After graduating from the National Ballet School in Havana, I joined the National Ballet of Cuba where I had the privilege to perform in the major productions such as Swan Lake, The Nutcracker, Don Quixote and others. My professors were keen in my professional development, always focusing on reaching the highest level of performance. However, my biggest influence and inspiration has been always my father, Aldo Salvent Sr."
Denisse Salvent, was raised to a musician household, growing up listening to the greatest operas, classic compositions, and the most relevant jazz themes in the world.
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