Malcolm Campbell is a jazz pianist and composer from Lexingotn, MA. As the first jazz musician in the Harvard/New England Conservatory dual degree program, Malcolm Studies under Danilo Perez, Frank Carlberg, Fred Hersch, and Jerry Bergonzi. As a senior at Harvard University, he majors in Chemistry and Physics. He has performed at Carnegie Hall, Jordan Hall, Symphony Hall, the Montreux Jazz Festival, the Aspen Jazz Festival, and the Monterrey Next Generation Jazz Festival. He has performed with Don Byron, Billy Hart, Roy Hargrove, Cecil McBee, Lee Konitz, Mark O'Conner, Makoto Ozone, and has played in masterclasses for Yo Yo Ma, Hebie Hancock, Joshua Redman, Aaron Goldberg, Jason Moran, and Dave Holland. An avid classical pianist as well, Malcolm draws influences from Bach, Rachmaninoff, and Debussy.
Alex Ullman, a young saxophonist from outside of Allentown, Pa, has been performing throughout the Philadelphia area for the past five years. A recent graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Alex has just arrived Boston to pursue his studies at Berklee College of Music. He has studied with masters such as Dave Liebman, Hal Crook, Larry McKenna, and Ben Schachter, and played with regional favorites such as Skip Wilkins and Philadelphia Funk Group "The Half of It."