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At the Golden Circle, Vol. Recorded in Copenhagen June 1965. This page was last edited on 3 October 2017, at 04:22. Bill Charlap, who was named Director of Jazz Studies beginning in September 2015, is considered one of the world’s premiere jazz pianists.
He has performed with many leading artists, ranging from Phil Woods and Tony Bennett to Gerry Mulligan and Wynton Marsalis. He is known for his interpretations of American popular songs and has recorded albums featuring the music of Hoagy Carmichael, Leonard Bernstein and George Gershwin. His 2015 all-Jerome Kern CD with Tony Bennett was nominated for a Grammy Award. In 1997, Charlap formed the Bill Charlap Trio with bassist Peter Washington and drummer Kenny Washington, which is now recognized as one of the leading groups in jazz. A Blue Note Records recording artist since 2000, Charlap was pianist and musical director for The Blue Note 7, an all-star jazz septet celebrating the legacy of Blue Note Records on its 70th anniversary. 92nd Street Y and has produced several concerts for Jazz at Lincoln Center.
Born in New York City, Charlap began playing the piano at age three. He is married to renowned jazz pianist Renee Rosnes, with whom he often collaborates in a duo piano setting. Two solo recordings, of music by Alec Wilder and interactive computer music. Contributing editor: Saxophone Journal, Jazz Player. Five Verve CD liner notes. Curator, William Paterson Living Jazz Archives, containing archives of Clark Terry, Thad Jones and James Williams.
Regular member of Toshiko Akiyoshi Jazz Orchestra for 10 years, plays regularly with Vanguard Jazz Orchestra. Book Jazz Conception for Bass Trombone. The Mario Bauza Afro-Cuban Orchestra, Bill Mobley Jazz Orchestra, They Might Be Giants. Compositions and arrangements have been performed at Carnegie Hall, Merkin Hall, North Sea, Montreux Jazz Festivals, NYU’s Loewe Theater, and Yaddo, artists colony where he is a fellow. Presented papers and articles at conferences of the College Music Society and International Association of Jazz Educators.
Current research involves an investigation into the process of music composition. 1987, has performed as trombonist with such groups as The Woody Herman Orchestra, Lionel Hampton, Jimmy Heath, and The Maria Schneider Jazz Orchestra, and appears on numerous jazz CDs. Dave Liebman, Marvin Stamm, the Lionel Hampton Orchestra, The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, and The Westchester Jazz Orchestra. As a vocalist, he is a past semi-finalist of the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition for vocalists and in 2010, won 1st prize in Jazzmobile Vocal Competition. Member of the New Jersey City University jazz studies faculty since 1994, and in 2011, was appointed professor of jazz arranging at William Paterson University. Canada with Kenny Burrell Trio.
Festivals: appearance with own group at 1990 JVC Festival, Saratoga, NY. Recordings: original compositions on Columbia records. Jazz Division, New Jersey Summer Artist Teachers Institute. Solo albums, four duo recordings with Michael Moore, numerous New York studio recording credits. Latest releases are Quiet Now and Concerti on Ambient Records. Summer faculty at Eastman School of Music, Banff School of Fine Arts.