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Steve Rochinski was born on 20 January, 1954 in Washington, D.C., United States.

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Born 20 January 1954
Birthday 20 January
Birthplace Washington, D.C., United States
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Rochinski’s memoir titled A Man Of His Time (Secrets From A Halfway World) was published and released in 2020 by Mascot Books.


In January 2014, he was honored with Berklee’s Distinguished Professor Award.


In 2013, Rochinski was listed among the staff of July’s Maryland Summer Jazz Camp & Festival in Rockville, Maryland.


In November 2001, he was featured in Just Jazz Guitar (November 2001).


One of the highlights of his performance career was his selection as one of a handful of guitarists to perform at the 1996 JVC Jazz Festival 75th birthday tribute concert for Tal Farlow at Merkin Hall in New York City. He teamed up with Attila Zoller and Andrei Ryabov to perform Zoller’s “Homage to O.P.”. Other guitarists who appeared at this historic concert event were Johnny Smith, Howard Alden, Herb Ellis, John Abercrombie, Gene Bertoncini, and Sal Salvador, among others.


In 1995, he released his debut album, Until Further Notice, with Grammy-winning producer Richard Evans. He recorded for Jardis Records, a German jazz guitar label. His releases include A Bird in the Hand, Otherwise, Jazz Guitar Highlights Vol. 1, and Something Old, Something New w/ The Boston Studio Jazz Orchestra, under the direction of Greg Hopkins.


Rochinski has received numerous grants and awards including a 1993 Jazz Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts for private study with Tal Farlow. In 1984, after leaving the road as the music director, guitarist, and arranger for the Tony Tillman Show, he became a professor at his alma mater, the Berklee College of Music, where, in addition to curriculum development and consulting, he teaches all levels of harmony. He is the author of Harmony 4, (Berklee Press) the last in a series of Berklee’s Core harmony curriculum textbooks, Reharmonization Techniques for Berklee Online, and Modern Jazz Theory and Practice—The Post-Bop Era (Berklee Press). He also teaches arranging, ear training, ensembles, and improvisation. He is the author of The Jazz Style of Tal Farlow: The Elements of Bebop Guitar and The Motivic Basis for Jazz Guitar Improvisation (Hal Leonard LLC).


Stephen James Rochinski (born 20 January 1954) is an American jazz guitarist, composer, arranger, author, and educator.