Pianist Emmet Cohen began Suzuki method piano instruction at age 3. In 2011, he was a finalist in the Thelonious Monk International Piano Competition. He recently won the Cole Porter Fellowship, which is awarded every four years by the American Pianists Association. In addition to leading his own trio (with Russell Hall and Kyle Poole), Cohen is a renowned Hammond B-3 specialist and member of Christian McBride’s trio Tip City, Tootie Heath Trio and the Herlin Riley Quartet. Cohen has performed with jazz luminaries such as Ron Carter, Benny Golson, Jimmy Cobb, George Coleman, Jimmy Heath, Tootie Heath, Houston Person, Kurt Elling, Billy Hart and Brian Lynch. Cohen is the producer of the “Masters Legacy Series,” which features recordings and interviews honoring legendary jazz musicians. Since the beginning of the pandemic, he has been prolific in recording new music with a who’s-who of special guests, in his celebrated Monday night virtual series Live from Emmet’s Place.
- about 5 days agoWe’re having so much fun on tour in Europe- we just touched down in Warsaw and are ready for more! Here’s a bootleg… https://t.co/I8IXD2AdiQ
- about 7 days agoHere’s “Milestones” w/ Kurt Rosenwinkel- this original version was composed by John Lewis and written for Miles Dav… https://t.co/aMC4nVQewo
- about 1 week agoHeading to Europe with the trio this week with the trio - take a look and tag your friends in these cities! For tic… https://t.co/Fuh4hpg9Nk
- about 2 weeks agoKurt Rosenwinkel CRUSHING it on his composition “A Shifting Design” @kurtrosenwinkel https://t.co/T9Zv86GyLL