Miguel Angel Lous

Miguel Angel Lous on the DV Alto 8

“After listening to my teacher and mentor George Garzone, I was curious to know why he chose to use the JodyJazz mouthpiece. I have now had the pleasure of playing the DV Alto 8 and understand the flexibility and sound quality this mouthpiece offers. It's especially great for the exploration of multi-phonics, high notes, and other sound possibilities on the instrument. The DV Alto makes it easy to interpret different musical styles such as Latin Jazz, Fusion, Funk and World Music with little effort. Thank you Jody for your scientific- mathematical research and for designing a variety of high-quality products and mouthpieces”

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Miguel Angel Lous Biography

Miguel Angel Lous graduated with a full scholarship from Berklee College of Music. He studied at both the Boston and Valencia Campuses and has a dual major in Professional Music & Performance - Saxophone & Flute. In 2015 he won a scholarship to study for his Master’s Degree in Jazz at the ZUYD University of Applied Sciences in The Netherlands. While at Berklee and ZUYD, Miguel studied with George Garzone, Hal Crook, Ed Tomassi, Shannon Leclaire, Fred Lipsius, Perico Sambeat, Wendy Rolfe and Claudius Valk.

Since he began playing Miguel has been writing and producing his own original Jazz Fusion and World music. He has performed all over the world including the USA, Europe, Turkey and all throughout South America. He has performed at numerous Jazz Festivals and competitions including the Detroit International Jazz Festival, Bucharest International Jazz Competition, Maastricht Jazz Awards, International Jazz Festival Bogotá, International Jazz Festival Manizales, International Festival of Blues & Folk, Jazz Festival Sevijazz and the Jazz Festival Bugajazz. He also performed one of his original compositions with the Big Band of Amsterdam.

Currently Miguel is living in Manizales, Colombia and teaching at the District University of Bogotá and the AMA Conservatory of Pereira. He also fronts his own group “Jah Lous”.



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