LEARN ABOUT THE SHOW
LOOK AT THE CAST
LISTEN TO THE MUSIC
TICKETS AND MORE
Multi-Award winner for his albums has been called "The Frank Sinatra of the tenor saxophone" - AllAboutJazz
"Rich and Satisfying when he's balladeering, mind blowing when he's cooking…. endlessly inventive...his tone and execution are always superb" - Jazz Journal
Downbeat Readers Poll "Male Jazz Vocalist of the Year" - 2020 Finalist
"He may be young—only at the tail end of his twenties, believe it or not—but he seriously has his act together in every way, shape and form..." - AllAboutJazz
"I realized I could survive without him, and he realized he didn’t want to survive without me. I liked that. That’s a good attitude to enter a marriage with."
- Kathryn on her marriage to Bing Crosby
"Rising Star Male Vocalist" - Downbeat
Four top-ten Billboard albums that has led to appearances on the CBS Early Show, NPR's Prairie Home Companion, and the Today Show.
Performances with Postermodern Jukebox include a Broadway-style remake of "Despacito" with Hamilton's Mandy Gonzalez
"...the fresh-voiced triumvirate plays it straight from the heart, leaving any trace of camp or post-modern irony at the door" - New Yorker
Original member of the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra 1995-2000
Voted "Trombonist Of The Year" in 2019 by Jazz Journalist Association
Winner of "Best Trombone Player" in Downbeat Critic's Poll in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2018
"One of the most sought-after and lauded performers on the NYC social scene" - Grandlife
"He can go from crooner to rock star" - Colin Cowie
"... frequently been compared to the late, great Charlie Parker"
- Independent News
Winner of the Australian Aria Award for his album, Andrew Speight Quartet
Stage credits include: On The Town; Finding Neverland; Chicago; White Christmas; A Chorus Line; Never Gonna Dance; Kiss Me, Kate; Oklahoma; Gypsy
2015 Tony Award nominee for "Best Actor In A Musical"and 2018 Chita Rivera Award for "Best Male Dancer In A Broadway Show"
"One of the country's best jazz singers"
"...vocal jazz simply gets no better than Tiffany Austin"
Broadway credits include: Moulin Rouge; Pretty Woman; Hello Dolly!; Something Rotten!; On The Town; and Gigi. 2017 Chita Rivera Award for "Outstanding Male Dancer In A Broadway Show"
"The Down-Under Sax Star" - The Australian
"Indispensable to New York's jazz scene" Hot House Magazine
Five-time winner with his band, Professor Cunningham & His Old School, in the International Swing Band Competition
Stage credits include: Spring Awakening; Bye, Bye Birdie; Book of Mormon, and War Horse. TV credits include: Once More With Feeling and Gossip Girl.
"A charming young steward of the mainstream jazz tradition" - New York Times
"Pianist and Vocalist of 2019" - Hot House Magazine & Jazzmobile's Readers Poll
Jazz multi-instrumentalist (18 instruments at last count)
"One of the best!" - Dizzy Gillespie
"The genius" - Ray Brown
Conducted the World's Largest Orchestra in 2013 with 7,224 musicians
Jazz Pianist/JB Artistic Director
"... an ace pianist" - Rex Reed, Observer
“He has a pearly touch, a sense of history, a sense of drama, a love of the blues, and an elegance which is borne of high minded dedication" - Wynton Marsalis
Stage credits include: On The Town; On A Clear Day You Can See Forever; Smokey Joe's Cafe; American Idiot; and Bring It On: The Musical