Bill Dixon (Composer) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight

Avant-garde composer and musician who was associated with the free jazz movement and played the trumpet, piano, and flugelhorn.

He studied visual art at Boston University and the Art Students League and later attended the Hartnette Conservatory of Music.

He taught in the Music Department at Bennington College in Vermont for nearly thirty years.

He and his family moved from Nantucket, Massachusetts, to Harlem when he was seven years old.

He collaborated with Cecil Taylor on Taylor’s 1966 jazz album Conquistador!

Bill Dixon Age

How old is Bill Dixon? He was born in 1925, he was 97 years old at the time of his death.

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Bill Dixon Wiki

Bill Dixon Wiki/Bio
Famous asComposer
Age97 years old
BirthdayOctober 5, 1925
Date of DeathJune 16, 2010
Zodiac SignLibra

Quotes by Bill Dixon

If I produce it, I will stage it as a performance. A small audience will be invited; rehearsals of the sections will be done in the mornings, and those sections will be recorded in the afternoons.

— Bill Dixon

I have been using delay and reverberation since the middle 1960s. I use them to make what is almost inaudible to the ear, audible. I do not use them to play loudly but to make the higher harmonics heard.

— Bill Dixon

While everyone has a right to his or her opinion, the people who are informed have more of a right.

— Bill Dixon

Whether I get adequate attention or not, people here do know the work I have been doing systematically and without compromise for over 40 years. I get tired of people making excuses for guys who don’t continue the art because they can’t make a living.

— Bill Dixon

Rock musicians, and a vast array of popular-music musicians, due to their wealth, acquired through the mass of their notoriety, are able to be listened to and heard and thus are able to effect change on an international level.

— Bill Dixon