New York Street Musicians – Art Bennett on Saxophone in Central Park

Art Bennett Saxophone Piano Jazz Player Central Park New York City Musician

The New York City Street Musicians & Street Artists Album – Part 2 has new updates. The New York City Street Musicians & Street Artists is an ongoing project to document & photograph the various talented musicians and artists who work on various streets and parks of New York City.

I met Art Bennett on the western end of the Central Park when he was just warming up to play the Jazz on his saxophone. Art is in his mid fifties now & though he has been playing music since he was a teenager, he had to stop playing for almost 20 years.

Art Bennett Saxophone Player New York City Central Park Musicians Now that Art’s children have all grown up and moved out of the house, he can devote more time to music. Art mostly plays the saxophone though occasionally he would also play the piano.

Art Bennett is now a full time musician from New York. He would play in church & also teach people how to play the Jazz music on the saxophone.

On weekends, Art Bennett would play in various streets of New York City & often times he would pick a quiet corner in Central Park to play as well.

To view more photos of Art Bennett playing his Saxophone in Central Park, NYC go to the New York City Street Musicians & Street Artists Album – Part 2 photo documentary.

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