Scott Barnhill Quartet
Saxophonist Scott Barnhill is a second generation
Bay Area jazz musician, son of
vocalist Louise DeLucchi and drummer Buddy Barnhill. He has had the
honor of sharing the stage with Terrance Blanchard, Charlie Haden, Joe
Henderson, Mulgrew Miller, Cedar Walton, Henry Robinette, Joe
Gilman, Jeff Alkire, Peppe Merolla, Peter Horvath, and Zigaboo
He was heard here previously with the Scott Barnhill Quartet.
Pianist and composer Dahveed Behroozi is a San Francisco Bay
Area based musician. His focus is in jazz, classical, and new music. He
is an active player both as a leader and sideman in the Bay Area,
nationally, and also internationally.
In 2012, Dahveed released his first record "Games" with bassist Thomas
Morgan and drummer Tim Bulkley.
Dahveed has performed and recorded with Thomas Morgan, Tyshawn Sorey,
Billy Mintz, Dayna Stephens, Loren Stillman and Dan Weiss.
Originally from San Jose CA, Dahveed received his BA from the Manhattan
School of music, and his Master's from the Conservatory of Music at
Dahveed is also an active educator and serves on the faculty of Gavilan
College and San Jose State University.
Dahveed was heard here previously with Matt Renzi, Shay Salhov, and the
Dahveed Behroozi Quartet.
Bassist Eric Markowitz, born and raised in New
Jersey, never thought much of growing up 30 minutes away from the jazz
mecca of New York City. That all changed when half way through his
college studies in St. Louis, he met world renowned jazz drummer Joe
Charles. Eric spent the next few years apprenticed under local St.
Louis legends Joe Charles and saxophonist/composer Jimmy Sherrod.
Markowitz quickly became one of the leading jazz bassists in St. Louis,
voted 4 years in a row best jazz group in St. Louis while playing with
the David Stone Trio.
Having decided that the St. Louis Jazz community was just too small, he
moved to San Francisco in 2004, and was quickly integrated into the
local jazz scene, performing with players such as Patrick
Wolff, Adam Shulman, Scott Larson, Jeffrey Burr, Jay Standards, Joe
Cohen, Smith Dobson, Scott Foster, and Vince Lateano.
He appeared here previously with the Keith Saunders Trio.
Bay Area drummer (and saxophonist, and vibraphonist) Smith Dobson
has worked with jazz legends like Bobby Hutcherson, Red Rodney, John
Handy, Sheila Jordan, Red Holloway, Pete and Conte Condoli, Phillip
Harper, and Ben Goldberg, and performed at major Bay Area venues, such
as the SFJAZZ, Monterey Jazz Festival, Yoshi's, Great American Music
Hall, California Jazz Conservatory, Stanford Jazz Workshop, and Club
He appeared here previously with the Evan Francis / Darren Johnston
Quartet, the Matt Renzi Cello Quartet, and the Keith Saunders Trio.