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Primary Instrument: Piano

Born: May 13, 1961    

Bill Howland grew up in the Greater Boston area, studying with classical pianist Allen Barker of Wayland, Massachusetts. Bill continued his education in music theory at Northeastern University and later studied with jazz pianist Dick Odgren of Worcester, whose faculty appointments include Berklee College of Music and Clark University.

Bill currently resides in Charleston, SC and plays regularly at the Swamp Fox Restaurant and Bar at The Francis Marion Hotel.

Bill formerly resided in Brewster, Massachusetts and played at many fine venues on Cape Cod, including Chatham Bars Inn, Christian’s Restaurant, The Roadhouse Café, Oysters Too, Old Sea Pines Inn and many others....
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Featured recording “Seascape”

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Seascape

Graycat Productions (2009)

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Charleston, SC - March 21, 2009 - Review by Scott Yanow, The Los Angeles Jazz Scene:

These four CDs feature pianists who deserve to be much better known.

Bill Howland Moon Rays (Graycat Productions)

Pianist Bill Howland is based in Charleston, South Carolina. Moon Rays (information is at howlandonline.com), his second release for his Greycat Productions label, features him playing solo on ten standards and his original title cut. Howland has a basic melodic style which is often punctuated by the rhythmic patterns that he plays with his left hand. His concise interpretations of the mostly-vintage melodies (only three performances are over four minutes and only “My Foolish Heart” is longer than five) get to the point quickly and succeed both as background music (he plays at a lot of restaurants) and for close listening...

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Primary Instrument:Piano

Location:Kiawah Island, SC

Willing to teach:Intermediate to advanced students

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