Dotti Anita Taylor Quartet

Dotti Anita Taylor Quartet

 Queens Village, New York, USA
BandJazz

The Dotti Anita Taylor Quartet is a straight ahead jazz ensemble.

Biography

Dotti Anita Taylor , who performs in the classical and jazz world on flute and piano, is also a producer, composer, arranger, transcriber, mathematician and poet who has written over 150 compositions. She performed in the first Mary Lou Willliams Women in Jazz Festival at the Kennedy Center, the Many Colors Of A W*O*M*A*N Jazz Festival in Hartford, CT, the Dunbar Heritage Festival and Eddie Durham Tribute in San Marco, Texas, the Sarasota Jazz Festival in Sarasota, Florida, the Lady Got Chops Festival in NYC and the Donne in Jazz Festival in Frescati, Italy. She has performed at the United Nations, the Blue Note in NYC, Body and Soul in Japan, Small’s, Sweet Basil’s and Baise Sale in Paris, France. Dotti formed the Dotti Anita Taylor Quartet in 1989 playing straight ahead jazz through the years with musicians such as Bertha Hope, Carline Ray, Kim Clarke, Miriam Sullivan, Bernice “Boom Boom” Brooks, Paula Hampton, Cindy Blackman and Sylvia Cuenca. She has also played with Ted Dunbar, Mickey Tucker, Antonio Hart, Stanley Cowell, Ray Drummond, David Jones and many other great jazz musicians. In 2007, Dotti released her first CD, “A Morning Glory” which has received rave reviews.

Discography

Dotti Anita Taylor - "A Morning Glory" - Datnotes Publishing
Ted Dunbar - "Gentle Time Alone" - Steeple Chase
"Jazz Underground - Live At Smalls" - Impulse!
Wendee Glick - "True Colors" - Jazz Plus Productions