Ari Hoenig

Ari Hoenig Biography (Wikipedia)

Ari Hoenig (born November 13, 1973) is an American jazz drummer, composer and educator.

Hoenig was a member of One O'Clock Lab Band before relocating to New York. After the move to New York he began playing with fellow Philadelphia native Shirley Scott. In 2005 Hoenig appeared with his group at the Dominican Republic Jazz Festival. Other artists Hoenig has recorded with include Mike Stern, Kenny Werner, Richard Bona, Dave Liebman, Chris Potter, Joshua Redman, Tigran Hamasyan, Ethan Iverson, Mark Turner, Fred Hersch, and the Jazz Mandolin Project.

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