Born: October 10, 1950 Primary Instrument: Trombone
Scott Reeves is a trombonist, alto flugelhornist, composer, arranger, author, and college jazz educator. A Chicago native, he attended Indiana University where he received his B.M. in trombone and his M.M. in jazz studies. His teachers have included David Baker, Woody Shaw, Kenny Werner, Thomas Beversdorf, and Lewis Van Haney. Since 1976, Scott has been teaching jazz at the university level. He currently teaches at The City College of New York, CUNY, where he holds the rank of Associate Professor, and is also on the faculty of the Juilliard School of Music. He previously held positions at the University of Southern Maine, Virginia Commonwealth University, Memphis State University, and Western Washington University. Scott has presented workshops and concerts throughout the U.S., Canada, Japan and Italy....
Awards:Shape Shifter was voted one of the top 10 CD's of 2009 by AAJ
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Valley Cottage, NY
Professor - City College of New York. Former Professor - Julliard School, University of Southern Maine, Virginia Commonwealth University, University of Memphis, Western Washington University.
Clinics on arranging and improvisation. Clinics have been given in Rome, Tokyo and throughout the U.S.