Don Davis, saxophone, clarinet – A multi reed and flute player, Don studied composition and saxophone at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. Then in 1975 went on to further his studies at the Creative Music Studio in Woodstock NY. While attending CMS he crossed paths with many of the great World Music and Jazz musicians in residence at the time. Moving to NYC in 1980 Don pursued various avenues that included performances in many of the “downtown” venues as well as the more prestigious concert halls. Mostly involved with eclectic rock/jazz bands playing original material he became a full time member of the Microscopic Septet that has continued to record and perform internationally and can be heard playing the “Fresh Air” theme on NPR. Other recording credits include projects with: The Marc Black Band, Davis and Deleault, John Lindberg’s TriPolar, Karl Berger, FD Reeve(poet) , Carla Bley, LL Cool J, Material, NY Gong, and many others. Don moved to New Hampshire in 1993 and has played in many musical settings since. He teaches woodwinds at The Manchester Community Music School, and has taught at the High Mowing School, a Waldorf high school in Wilton, NH.