Tyler Bullock Quintet
Pianist Tyler Bullock makes his debut appearance in the brand new Jazz Cave at the Nashville Jazz Workshop on Saturday, July 23rd, 2022. Tyler is a phenomenal young pianist who grew up in Nashville, with his early development heavily nurtured by the NJW. Now a student at The Juilliard School, Tyler has already begun making his mark in NYC, playing with The Roy Hargrove Big Band, Sonny Jain, and his Juilliard ensemble. Tyler will be playing with a quintet of up-and-coming East Coast musicians: Ryoma Takenaga (bass), Koleby Royston (drums), Ace Williams (trumpet), and Ephraim Dorsey (tenor saxophone). This will be an evening of superb jazz from rising stars, not to be missed. You can catch the performance in person or via live stream (Digital Concert).
The band takes the stage at 7:30pm CST (Doors at 7:00pm).
Tyler Bullock II is an 18-year-old jazz pianist, arranger, and composer who engages audiences with his unique and sophisticated playing. Originally from Nashville, TN, he attends The Juilliard School in New York City, studying with Geoffery Keezer and Bruce Williams under Wynton Marsalis’ guidance. He has performed at Dizzy’s Club NYC, Joe’s Pub NYC, The Newport Jazz Festival, and The Jamaica Queens Jazz Festival and was a headline artist for Jazzmania 2021. Tyler has shared the stage with Sean Jones, The Roy Hargrove Big Band, Sonny Jain, Danillo Perez, and Jeff Coffin. Tyler was the jazz piano finalist for the 2022 National YoungArts Competition, an honor only bestowed to one pianist under 19 each year. In 2021 he was selected as one of two pianists for Carnegie Hall’s National Youth Orchestra for Jazz, where he recorded a big band album due out this summer. Tyler was also selected to participate in the 2020 Vail Jazz Workshop, where he was under the guidance of legendary jazz bassist and composer John Clayton.
Masks are recommended for all patrons.
Policies: The Jazz Cave is a BYOB establishment, with no alcohol or food service. You are free to bring alcoholic beverages and snacks. We sell soft drinks and bottled water. The Jazz Cave is a listening room, and we ask patrons to keep conversation to a minimum and silence cell phones. Audio and video recording is prohibited. Ticket sales are final.
Proceeds from Nashville Jazz Workshop Digital Concerts go to the NJW Artist Fund. The Artist Fund is used to help support and create performance opportunities for area Jazz artists, bringing more Jazz to the community and paying artists for their work.