"Rising-star pianist...Routenberg has found his own voice in the modern mainstream."
-Scott Yanow, JAZZIZ
"Scott Routenberg is a rare musician with both the experience to play modern jazz piano on the highest level and the discipline to write elegant, long form symphonic pieces."
-Christian Howes, jazz violinist
"A writer with a distinctive original voice and the solid craft to match."
-Fred Sturm, jazz composer and educator
"An exceptional performing pianist to be included among the world's finest."
-Ron Miller, University of Miami Frost School of Music
"His sophisticated sense of harmony and rhythm is compelling - and the group executes the material superbly. Early candidate for 'jazz record of the year' in my book."
(on Every End is a Beginning)
-Dr. Brad Stone, Host of The Creative Source, JazzWeek Programmer of the Year Award Winner
"The soundtrack-ready opus resembles some of fellow keyboardist Herbie Hancock's future shocks."
-Bill Meredith, JAZZIZ [on Jazztronicus]
December 9, 2017: Scott Routenberg Trio at Merrimans' Playhouse, South Bend, Indiana
December 31, 2017: Scott Routenberg Trio at The Center for the Performing Arts/The Palladium's New Years Eve Extravaganza, Carmel, Indiana
October 2017: JAZZIZ Feature by Scott Yanow for Every End is a Beginning
September 23, 2017: Scott Routenberg Trio at Indy Jazz Fest at The Jazz Kitchen
September 30, 2017: World premiere of The ASCAP Foundation/Symphonic Jazz Orchestra Commission "The Anthropocene (The Human Age)" by the Symphonic Jazz Orchestra at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center in Long Beach, California
July 4, 2017: Every End is a Beginning is Jazz Album of the Week on soulandjazz.com
June 19, 2017: Every End is a Beginning reached #65 on JazzWeek national radio charts
June 17, 2017: Every End is a Beginning is #33 on Roots Music Report Top 50 Jazz Albums
Scott Routenberg Trio's critically acclaimed debut album Every End is a Beginning (Summit Records) submitted for 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards
Scott Routenberg Trio at Merrimans' Playhouse, South Bend, Indiana, December 9, 2017
World Premiere of "The Anthropocene (The Human Age)" by the Symphonic Jazz Orchestra at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center in Long Beach, California, September 30, 2017; Mitch Glickman, Music Director
Commissioned by multiple GRAMMY winner Howard Levy to arrange his composition Salvation for big band
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