The Charles Bubeck Quartet



Biography

Charles Bubeck has been performing and recording with his own jazz group since 1989.  The group has performed up and down the East coast in such settings as the Zeitgeist Gallery in Boston, Harry’s in Rochester NewYork, Twin’s Jazz in Washington DC, and The Ice House Café in Herndon, Virginia.  Charles Bubeck’s recordings have all met with critical success and enjoyed featured radio play throughout the United States and Europe.

Charles has a Master’s Degree in Jazz Studies from New England Conservatory where he studied Composition and improvisation with Jimmy Guiffre, John McNeil, George Garzone and George Russell.  Charles has also studied with Gordon Stout, Bill Molenhof and Steve Brown.

Charles continues to keep busy as an educator and clinician. As an active member of both the Percussive Arts Society and the International Association of Jazz Educators, Charles has presented numerous clinics and workshops on jazz improvisation and vibraphone technique at James Madison University, Boston University, George Mason University and numerous secondary schools.  Charles has been the Director of the W.T. Woodson High School Jazz Ensemble since 1999 and continues to teach private music lessons out of his music studio.
The Charles Bubeck Quartet