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Peter Edelman is one of Washington D.C.'s fine jazz pianists.  He performs as a soloist, or leading duos, trios, quartets, quintets, or larger bands, around the metropolitan area.  Peter Edelman and band members are available to perform at private or corporate events, and at club dates, through the Washington D.C. area and beyond.


Peter Edelman

Pianist, band leader, composer - Peter began playing piano at age 7, composing by age 14, and attended North Texas State University.  Peter has played at all the major jazz clubs in the Washington D.C. area, and with Cecil Payne, Teddy Smith, Butch Warren, Wallace Roney, Wynard Harper, and  many others, including as a member of the Count Basie Orchestra.  Full Bio ...

Peter Edelman Jazz Band

Peter leads a jazz band with David Jernigan, Jim West, Olivier Brown, and Michael Brandon. 

David Jernigan

Bassist David Jernigan, a D.C. area native, currently appears regularly with Wayne Wilentz, Victor Prudofsky, and Julie Mack, and freelances extensively. David knows thousands of standard, jazz, and Brazilian tunes, often bowing melodies on the bass. He also plays guitar.  Full Bio ...

Jim West

Jim West has studied with legendary drummer Alan Dawson, and has worked with Charlie Hampton, Dick Morgan, Pam Bricker, and The Peppy Morreale Trio. Jim has performed at numerous clubs including Utopia Club and the Café Lautrec in Washington, D.C., and at Harrah's, Atlantic City.

Olivier Brown

Olivier Brown, trumpet, has studied music for 25 years. He knew and performed with legendary bassist Butch Warren for over 20 years.  He has played in his native France, at Le Duc des Lombards, in Baltimore, and currently performs in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.  Full Bio ... 

Michael Brandon

Saxophonist and multi-instrumentalist Michael Brandon is a native of Washington, D.C., spending his time between DC and New York City working as a professional musician.  He has played at multiple venues, including Smalls Jazz Club, Fat Cat NYC, Kennedy Center, Twins Jazz, and Blues Alley, and in Japan and France.   Full Bio ...

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