Keyboardist . Bassist . Percussionist
Pop . Jazz . Rock . Evergreen
Award-winning keyboardist /drummer/percussionist/composer Eugene Seow has incredible versatility whether the music is pop, rock, world, classical or jazz, and in any ensemble whether it be big band, combo band, symphonic band, orchestra or even marching band.
Eugene’s wealth of experience also extends to having shared the stage with some of the world’s most celebrated musicians such as Orlando Le Fleming (celebrated Bass player in NYC), Samuel Torres (Second place winner of the Thelonius Monk International Jazz Competition), Terence Blanchard (5 Grammy wins and 13 nominations), Dr. Lonnie Smith (2017 NEA Jazz Masters Fellowship recipient) and Cecile Mclorin Savant (2010 winner of the Thelonius Monk International Jazz Competition) among others.
Eugene graduated from Berklee College of Music with a Summa Cum Laude for his Bachelors of Music, with Majors in both Jazz Composition and Professional Music, and a Minor in Music and Society (Global Studies). He attended the Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College, obtaining a Masters of Music in Jazz Studies.
Having performed at places like The Esplanade (Singapore), Wally’s Jazz Cafe (Boston, MA), Bar Next Door (Manhattan, NY) and many more, Eugene also has had his compositions and arrangements performed by laudable groups like the Berklee Concert Jazz Orchestra and at high profile places such as Lincoln Centre.