Steve Zombory (saxophones/woodwinds) is equally at home in jazz, classical, pop, Latin, and free-form/experimental music, has appeared with national acts including The Temptations, The Four Tops, Tito Puente Jr., Al Martino ("Johnny Fontane" from the "Godfather" film trilogy), Lorna Luft, and Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians, and has performed at venues throughout North America, Canada, and southern Europe.
As a recording artist, he has done studio sessions in a wide range of styles, including work for American Greetings eCards. Mr. Zombory has also performed on saxophone, clarinet, and flute in dozens of area shows, including work with Great Lakes Theater, The Beck Center, The Renaissance Theater (Mansfield), Hiram University, The Laurel School, and the Cleveland Cabaret Project at Playhouse Square. He is also a dedicated music educator with over 15 years of teaching experience ranging in variety from grade-school starter lessons to presentations before master classes of post-graduate level college students.
Locally, he has performed with groups including the Cleveland Philharmonic, Mansfield Symphony, Verb Ballets, MOJO Big Band, Dan Zola Orchestra, Oblique Orchestra, Son Alegre, Grupo K-Ñon, the Roberto Ocasio Latin Jazz Project, Noel Quintana and the Latin Crew, Sammy DeLeon y su Orquesta, Papo Ruiz y La Dulzura De La Salsa, the Champion Bubblers, the Freedom Jazz Collective, Hybrid Shakedown, Ill Code, UP Ensemble, and is deeply involved in multiple street jams, open rehearsals, clandestine sound trials, illicit sonic hits, and staggeringly silent events around Northeast Ohio. His most current projects include over 5 years as a charter member of the Revolution Brass Band and the infant stages of Three For All, a group conceived and given life by master percussionist Paul Stranahan.
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