Indianapolis Jazz Trio

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Indianapolis Jazz Trio

This Indianapolis Jazz Trio specializes in Brazilian jazz and jazz standards. They have played at major jazz festivals like Indy Jazz Fest, but are equally at home in intimate settings like restaurants, hotels, small clubs, and private parties.

Each member of the trio leads an active career in Jazz performance, composition and jazz education in the Indianapolis region. The leader of this Indianapolis Jazz Trio has won multiple awards for both his jazz piano playing and jazz compositions, including the John Lennon Songwriting Contest's Maxell Song of the Year and multiple Downbeat and ASCAP Awards.

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Country United States
City Indianapolis
State/Province Indiana
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6 responses to “Indianapolis Jazz Trio”

  1. Christian Howes says:

    “[This pianist) is a rare musician with both the experience to play modern jazz piano on the highest level and the discipline to write elegant, long form symphonic pieces.” – Christian Howes (jazz violinist)

  2. Fred Sturm says:

    “a writer with a distinctive original voice and the solid craft to match.” – Fred Sturm (jazz educator and composer)

  3. Howard Levy says:

    “A fantastic orchestrator.” -Howard Levy (harmonica, Bela Fleck and the Flecktones)

  4. Randy Brecker says:

    “Great writing and playing [on Jazztronicus] very inventive and original – that’s so nice to hear. Everyone on the CD is very very impressive. Keep up the excellent work. I think you’ll be very successful in this difficult biz.” – Randy Brecker (jazz trumpter and composer)

  5. Jim Abbott says:

    Blackbird is equally charming above a foundation of harp and pizzicato celli as it once was accompanied by solitary guitar. Carried by clarinet and marimba, the melody remained gentle and sweet.”
    ORLANDO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, ORLANDO SENTINEL, Jim Abbott

  6. Bill Meredith says:

    “…the soundtrack – ready opus [Bandwidth, from Jazztronicus] resembles some of Herbie Hancock’s future shocks.”
    THE PALM BEACH POST, Bill Meredith

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