Curtis Arnett (audio engineering) studied instrumental jazz performance at Temple University from 2009-2012. He is also an alumni of Concord Community Music School. In particular, Curtis has studied with Dick Oatts, Ben Schachter, John Swana, David Tonkin and Matt Langley. Curtis can be found playing saxophone in various groups including The Senie Hunt Project and Bosey Joe, as well as bass in Llava Llama. Curtis also works as a freelance audio engineer, with experience in live sound, site recording, studio recording and digital composition.
Eric Klaxton (saxophone, jazz piano, composition, audio production) earned his BA in Saxophone Performance at the University of New Hampshire in 2011 and completed his Masters Degree in Jazz and Contemporary Music from Longy School of Music in the spring of ‘22. Notably, he has studied saxophone with Noah Preminger and Bill McHenry, as well as composition with Ben Allison and Frank Carlberg. Eric is a founding member of The Soggy Po Boys and can be found playing woodwinds in Sojoy and OurBigBand. In addition to his work with collective ensembles, he writes and arranges original works for various groups of his own, imbued with traditions from jazz, rock, folk, and electronic music. Visit www.ericklaxton.com for a schedule of upcoming performances and more information about Eric’s music and teaching.