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Devin Reilly

Devin Reilly is a guitarist, composer, and producer based in Los Angeles, CA. His background in jazz and contemporary music has yielded original work in a wide range of styles and genres. With a compositional style drawing from acoustic and electronic media, Reilly’s pieces are characterized by their methodical, intricate structures, and rich, vivid orchestration.

Reilly has worked extensively with The Jim Knapp Orchestra, as well as with San Francisco’s Friction Quartet, and members of the Seattle Symphony, the Corigliano Quartet, and the Saint Helens String Quartet.

In April 2019, Reilly was one of three composers commissioned to write new works for the New York Youth Symphony Jazz Band. The forthcoming piece, “In the Shadow of Tall Giants,” will premiere on March 9th, 2020 at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola at Jazz at Lincoln Center.

His debut EP, “Talking in Circles,” was released on July 19, 2019.

Awards

New York Youth Symphony First Music Commission — 2019.


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Albums

Talking in Circles

Self Produced
2019

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From: Talking in Circles
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