Free outdoor performance at Lyndhurst Estates in Tarrytown, NY. Featuring vocalist Carolyn Leonhart and saxophonist Steve Wilson.
Jazz composers Scott Reeves and Jay Brandford join forces in putting together a 10-piece jazz ensemble which combines the flexibility of a combo with the power of a big band. Included in the band are trumpeters Brian Pareschi & Jim O’Connor; saxophonists Jay Brandford, Dan Block. Roger Rosenberg; trombonists Mark Patterson & Scott Reeves; Roberta Piket on piano, Todd Coolman on bass, and Andy Watson on drums. They will be performing originals compositions & arrangements by Jay and Scott.
Rome meets NYC
Andrea Polinelli - alto sax
Scott Reeves - alto trombone & alto flugelhorn
Anthony Davis - guitar
Giacomo Tagliavia - bass
Eric Reeves - drums
The soulful swinging sounds of the Memphis jazz scene, performing works by composers such as Mulgrew Muller, James Williams, Donald Brown, Harold Mabern, Booker Little, George Coleman, and more. With Bill Mobley - trumpet,
Tim Armacost - tenor sax, Scott Reeves - trombones, Roberta Piket - piano, Todd Coolman - bass, Eric Reeves - drums. Saturday, May 18, 6:00 - 7:15 p.m. (one set) at Cornelia Street Cafe. ($10 cover & 1 drink minimum)
The four trombone & 3 rhythm jazz ensemble, Manhattan Bones, makes a rare Manhattan appearance at Silvana in Harlem. The will be playing music from their CD, "Tribute." Tim Sessions, Scott Reeves, Mark Patterson and Tim Newman are on trombone, with Jim Ridl on piano, Bill Moring on bass and Eliot Zigmund on drums
Innovative jazz pianist from Tokyo, Masayasu Tzboguchi, teams up with brass specialist Scott Reeves, along with acclaimed bassist Essiet Essiet and drummer Eric Reeves. They will be appearing in Nyack on Saturday, June 30 and Manhattan on Sunday, July 1
One of Tokyo's most innovative jazz pianists, Masayasu Tzboguchi, joins forces with brassman Scott Reeves, bassist Essiet Essiet and drummer Eric Reeves in a concert of original compositions. They are playing on Saturday, June 30 in Nyack, NY and Sunday, July 1 at the 55 Bar in Manhattan
The Music of Memphis Project celebrates the soulful swinging sounds of the Memphis jazz scene, performing renditions and arrangements of works by composers such as Mulgrew Muller, James Williams, Donald Brown, Bill Mobley, Harold Mabern, Booker Little, George Coleman, and more. The group includes Steve Wilson on alto sax, Bill Mobley on trumpet, Scott Reeves on trombone & alto flugelhorn, Roberta Piket on piano, Aidan O'Donnell on bass & Eric Reeves on drums.
Scott Reeves joins Bassist Eric Hochberg and pianist Steve Million on their long-running jazz trio gig in Chicago's loop. A great listening bar with great music
Scott Reeves Jazz Orchestra CD release concert at Sir D's in Brooklyn. A 17-piece ensemble featuring saxophonist Steve Wilson and vocalist Carolyn Leonhart. Playing selections from "Without a Trace" and "Portraits and Places" (both on Origin Records)
Scott Reeves Jazz Orchestra CD release concert at Smalls in Manhattan. A 16-piece ensemble featuring saxophonists Steve Wilson. Playing selections from "Without a Trace" and "Portraits and Places" (both on Origin Records)
Scott Reeves Jazz Orchestra CD release concert at Trumpets in Montclair. A 17-piece ensemble featuring saxophonist Steve Wilson and vocalist Carolyn Leonhart. Playing selections from "Without a Trace" and "Portraits and Places" (both on Origin Records)
Music of Memphis Composers Project (works by Mulgrew Miller, Donald Brown, George Coleman, James Williams, Booker Little, Harold Mabern). Bill Mobley (trumpet, flugelhorn), Steve Wilson (alto sax), Scott Reeves (alto trombone, alto flugelhorn, arrangements), Billy Test (keyboard), Aidan O'Donnell (bass), Eric Reeves (drums). Check out these videos of prior performances:
Music from last years' recording "Portraits and Places," along with new songs from our upcoming March, 2018 release "Without a Trace." Check out our YouTube videos:
“Wants to Dance" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Muhty37TUOA
“Osaka June” https://youtu.be/phOloFYivlM
“The Soulful Mr. Williams” https://youtu.be/SZJ1LTFQmqg
Compositions by Mulgrew Miller, Donald Brown, Harold Mabern, George Coleman, Bill Mobley, James Williams & Booker Little. A unique body of music ranging from hard bop to soul to experimental: Bill Mobley - trumpet, flugelhorn, Jon Gordon - alto sax, Scott Reeves - alto trombone, alto flugelhorn, arrangements, Billy Test - keyboard, Phil Palombi - bass, Eric Reeves - drums. A video link to our sextet performance of Mulgrew Miller’s “Second Thoughts”
and Bill Mobley’s “Three Gifts”
Celebrating our CD "Shape Shifter." Scott Reeves - alto flugelhorn & alto trombone, Rich Perry - tenor sax, Jim Ridl - piano, Bill Moring - bass, Andy Watson - drums
My first performance in the Pacific Northwest in many years, along with friends from my days teaching at Western Washington University (guitarist Milo Peterson and bassist Dave Captein) and my son, Eric, on drums. Our only performance on the way to seeing the total solar eclipse in Madras, Oregon
Music of Memphis Composers - Harlem Performance (Mulgrew Miller, Donald Brown, Harold Mabern, George Coleman, Booker Little, James Williams)
Bill Mobley, trumpet, Jon Gordon, alto sax, Scott Reeves, trombone, Billy Test, piano, Phil Palombi, bass, Eric Reeves, drums
Music of Memphis Composers - Brooklyn Performance (Mulgrew Miller, Donald Brown, James Williams, George Coleman, Harold Mabern, Booker Little)
Bill Mobley, trumpet; Jon Gordon, alto sax, Scott Reeves, trombone; Billy Test, piano, Todd Coolman, bass; Eric Reeves, drums
Celebrating the CD Release of “Portraits & Places” on Origin Records.
Trumpets: Nathan Eklund, Chris Rogers, Chris Pasin, Dave Smith. Saxes: Vito Chiavuzzo, Jay Brandford, Rob Middleton, Tim Armacost, Terry Goss. Trombone: Tim Sessions, Mark Patterson, Matt Haviland, Max Seigel. Rhythm Section: Roberta Piket, Todd Coolman, Andy Watson