Biography

Alfredo Colon is a New York City native. The saxophonist was born to immigrant parents from the Dominican Republic and grew up in Washington Heights. He studied under musicians such as Lee Konitz, Jason Rigby, and Jacob Sacks while he received his BFA in Jazz performance at The City College of New York.

The saxophonist has performed alongside notable musicians such as Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Nels Cline, Chad Edward Taylor, Gene Lake, Dr. Lonnie Smith, and American Idol Finalist Qaasim Middleton. He has also performed at venues such as The Jazz Gallery, National Sawdust, Birdland, The Appel Room at Lincoln Center, The Louis Armstrong House, SOUTH Jazz Kitchen and several music festivals such as Afropunk Music Festival, The Composers Now Festival, The Outsiders Creative and Improvised Music Festival.

Colon was awarded the Jazz Coalition Commission Fund Grant in early 2020. His piece ‘A Witch Gets Married’ premiered online in October 2020.



Alfredo plays on

[Discontinued]System-76 3rd. Edition (Greg Osby signature mode)