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  • 25 Random things about me

    So this random 25 things post is going around Facebook and I thought I’d give it a whurl…. 1. my favorite movie is Lost in Translation2. I love sushi and my favorite restaurant in the whole world (yes!) is Sushi Town in Burnaby3. I like being creative and creating!4. I make my living as a […]

  • Colin Pombo – Yoga Poses

    Kind Selekta digital boutique writes: With a swing comparable to an early down tempo Marc de Clive Lowe joint, Colin Pombo’s “Yoga Poses” leads you through an open minded meditation session of well colored chord patterns swirling around thoughtfully poised rhythmic snaps. Reminiscent of the past’s Curtis Mayfield or today’s Jeremy Ellis, ‘Yoga Poses’ sets […]

  • New Composition: Lost in Chinatown

    A few weeks ago I was wandering the streets of San Francisco’s Chinatown late at night – this ambient/atmospheric piece captures some of the mystery of that evening. It is also inspired by the soundtrack of Lost in Translation, the song called “Alone in Kyoto” by Air. I used piano and synth for this track. […]

  • New Trio Recording – Delicate

    In March, Mark Greg and I spent three days doing a recording session in our home studio. I’m quite happy with the results. For your listening pleasure here is a sneak preview: an original composition called “Delicate”. Please let me know what you think!(Thanks to Alan for doing a great job of the mixing.) > […]

  • Article on Brad Mehldau and the state of Jazz

    In an article in the Michigan Daily newspaper, Katie Carey claims: Jazz straddles a dangerous line these days, teetering on the edge of resembling hotel lounge music or a regurgitation of the past. In an art form stressing the improvisation of the individual, there seems to be a general rubric for expressing that individuality. Artists […]

  • New Live Recording – Geoff Peters Trio at Cactus Club

    Last Tuesday I played a gig on piano with Mark White (bass) and Colin Defreitas (drums) at Cactus Club in West Vancouver. (We are also playing there again this coming Tuesday March 11th at 8:30pm). We recorded the show and I’ve made the live jazz recording available for free download online. Please click below to […]

  • Video – Playing “All the Things You Are” on piano

    I recorded myself playing a tune on the piano. Please click above to view my video.

  • New Composition – Ballad for Bedtime

    It was just about past my bedtime so I wrote a little pop song before falling asleep. One of my goals as a composer is to create beautiful music. If I am able to add a little bit more beauty to someone’s day when they listen to one of my songs, I feel I have […]

  • Article: experiences at a summer jazz camp

    Felicity Rubinstein writes in the Times Online (click here to read article) about her experiences taking a jazz improvisation course with her son. She writes: Unless you play to concert standard, which I don’t, the piano is a lonely instrument. Jazz offers more of a chance to play with other people. […] But here’s the […]

  • New Composition – Serenity

    I wrote a new composition tonight. It’s really slow and quite peaceful, but has quite a bit of sadness. I guess I was inspired by reading the first part of the graphic novel “The Dream Hunters” (the Sandman series) written by Neil Gaiman and illustrated by Yoshitaka Amano. I’ve made a little recording of my […]

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