Kirk Macdonald (1 set)
w/ N.Y.ís Dennis Mackrell, Neil Swainson, Brian Dickinson Kirk MacDonald started to play the saxophone at age 10, studying with Bill Loeb in Sydney, Nova Scotia, from 1969 to 1971 and later entering a High School Music Program under Terry Hill studying saxophones, clarinet, flute, music theory and composition. Kirk has worked with many leading jazz musicians including Claude Ranger, Dave Young, Sam Noto, Sonny Greenwich, Kenny Wheeler, Eddie Henderson, Harold Mabern, Walter Bishop Jr., Lorne Lofsky, Bob Mover, Pat LaBarbera, Phil Woods, John Taylor, and Ron McClure. Kirk has appeared on over 25 jazz recordings. In addition, Kirk has recorded over 30 of his own compositions on C.D.