Musician affiliates

These musicians are affilliated with Dave Roth, and they are frequently chosen to augment his ensembles

Paul Rostock is an active freelance musician performing in a multitude of musical settings . Some of the popular artists he has performed with include Frank Sinatra, Olivia Newton John, Maureen McGovern, Perry Como, Joel Grey, Sandy Duncan, John Davidson and Steve Allen. Jazz artists who Paul has appeared with include Stanley Turrentine, Urbie Green, Bob Dorough, Maynard Ferguson, David Fathead Newman, Clark Terry, John Coates, Bobby Watson, Ellis Marsalis, Al Grey, Buddy Childers, Carl Fontana and Bill Watrous. He also toured and recorded extensively with vocalist Frank Sinatra Jr. and his orchestra.

Praised by JazzTimes for “superb technique” and All About Jazz for her “sheer genius” arrangements, American jazz singer, songwriter, arranger, recording artist and bandleader Corinne Mammana is passionate about preserving the music of the past while placing her own personal spin on the American Songbook, as well as popular tunes from the past few decades. With creative arrangements sung in a sophisticated and soothing style, fans have described Mammana’s voice as a cross between Norah Jones, Jane Monheit and Stacey Kent. She has released two albums— “Under an August Moon” (2016 EP) and “Yes, No, Next” (2020) which both received international praise. In 2019 Mammana opened for Grammy nominated jazz singer Cyrille Aimée. In New York City, Mammana has performed at Birdland Jazz Club (Jim Caruso’s Cast Party), the Metropolitan Room and the Duplex Cabaret Theatre.  She has also performed at Philadelphiaʼs Chrisʼ Jazz Cafe, the legendary Deer Head Inn, Musikfest and countless other clubs and concert halls on the East Coast.

GUNNAR MOSSBLAD is well known as a both a jazz and classical saxophonist, as well as a composer and educator. His collaborations with jazz masters such as Dave Liebman, Jon Hendricks, Jimmy Cobb, Randy Brecker, and many others have enriched his unique voice on the saxophone and as a composer. His performing and compositions can be heard on numerous recordings including his award-winning Gunnar Mossblad & CrossCurrents (SummitDCD-587), R.S.V.P. (Summit DCD-662), Monk, A NYC Tribute (Jazz ‘n’ Arts JnA6112), The Seasons Reflected (Soul Note 121345-2), and with the Dave Liebman Big Band on the GrammyNominated recording, Beyond the Line (Omni-Tone Records OM-12204) and Tribute To Wayne Shorter (Mama 1047), and finally the Manhattan Saxophone Ensemble’s The Dogwalk(GPC-1023). He also serves as the Musical and Education Director of the internationally acclaimed David Liebman Big Band as well as the Manhattan Saxophone Ensemble. He has also been fortunate to premiere 20th and 21st century Classical pieces written by award winning composers including Gunther Schuller, Jon Harbison, Libby Larsen, Larry Nelson, and many more, and has performed with the Fort Worth, Dallas, Roanoke, Toledo, and National

Trombonist and music educator Bill Smith served for over 23 years in the U.S. Air Force, most notably in the NATO Jazz Orchestra based in Belgium. He has performed with many top artists, including Phil Woods, Bill Watrous, Toots Thielemans, Conrad Herwig, David Leibman and the New York Voices. Bill has been a featured soloist at the North Sea Jazz Festival (Holland), Montreux Jazz Festival (Switzerland), Guinness Jazz Festival (Ireland) and Berks Jazz Festival (Reading, PA). He currently plays lead trombone in the Water Gap Jazz Orchestra (formerly the Phil Woods Big Band).

Violinist Inna Eyzerovich obtained her music and her Masters from the Moscow Conservatory. Upon graduating, she held the position of Assistant Concertmaster with the Richerkar Chamber Orchestra and then with the State Symphony Orchestra in Moscow where she also was Assistant Concertmaster. With the State Symphony she performed in many of the major countries of Europe including Austria, Germany, Italy, and Spain.

Hector Rosado, an accomplished percussionist, has toured with the best in the business. He has traveled nationwide , as well as world tours with music titans such as David Burne, Dave Valentine, and the legendary Tito Puente. Hector has performed for Warner Bros. and he has created tracks for video jams as seen on the BET network . He is invloved with arranging and directing for various latin vocalists on a national level.

Tony Forliano is a Philadelphia area jazz musician, composer, music educator, recording artist, and author who has been providing services in performing excellence for more than 25 years. Deeply rooted in the Philly area music scene, Tony has routinely drawn from his relationships with many of the finest musicians in the area to assemble a wide range of musical performance groups. Whether performing in a small intimate setting, at Presidential dinner parties, or on the grand stage of the National Convention, Tony has continually and consistently provided and contributed to some of the finest jazz entertainment in the Philadelphia area.

Originally from Miami, Arturo Baguer grew up in New York area, where he began playing professionally at 17. He has played many kinds of music (cabaret, theater , jazz, rock, top 40, classical, country, blues, Afro-Cuban, cumbia and other Latin styles, Celtic, singer-songwriter, Brazilian). He currently resides in Milford, NJ and is active as player and teacher.

He began touring in Europe in 1993 with folk singer Jack Hardy and plays at festivals and clubs in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Switzerland and Italy. He has also toured the U.S. and Canada with various acts.

John S. Arnold is presently the guitar instructor at Moravian University where he teaches private lessons (classical, flamenco, lute, fingerstyle), guitar ensemble, flute & guitar ensemble, guitar literature & guitar pedagogy. Prior to this position he taught guitar at Bennington College in Vermont. As a soloist and chamber musician, he has performed with numerous ensembles and venues including the Pennsylvania Sinfonia Orchestra, Allentown Symphony Orchestra, Sage City Symphony, Satori, Two Part Invention, Gabriel Chamber Ensemble, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, Kennedy Center, Musikfest, Wall Guitar Festival, Bach-Handel Festival, Philadelphia Classical Guitar Series, Festival of the Human Voice, HCC Guitar Mini-Fest, Hartt International Guitar Festival, and on national public radio & television.