This is especially meaningful because you can’t apply for this honor. Dear Max: It is my privilege to formally announce your selection as a Presidential Scholar at Berklee College of Music commencing this fall, September 2016. You have been selected for this honor out of a pool of more than 7,000 applicants to our fall class, involving an extensive international talent search via our World...
I’ll be performing for 700 persons at the Viridian Center as part of the Excellence in the Community Music Series. The Tom Young Septet includes: Tom Young, trumpet & vocals Philip Kuehn, bass Max Holm, piano Steve Lyman, drums Rahsaan Pickett, guitar David Halliday, sax Nelson Campbell, trombone Saturday, January 9 at 7 PM, Viridian Center, West Jordan, UT. The event is free.
The BIJQ is performing this afternoon at this important regional conference. We’re sound checking now.
The Brubeck Institute Jazz Quartet 2015-2016: Max Holm, piano; Timothy Angulo, drums; Emmett Sher, guitar; Zane DeBord, bass.
Great Master Class with Ari Hoenig and Jacam Manricks today at the Brubeck Institute! It was so fun to learn from then, then watch them both play tonight at Take Five Jazz Club!
Here I am on the far left with my band mates: Tim Angulo, Lucas Bere, Zane DeBord and Emmett Sher.
Blues Alley in Washington, DC, celebrating 50 years of jazz!
I’ll be playing before JOURNEY goes on with The Crescent Super Band at the 4th of July celebrations at the Stadium of Fire in Provo. There will be 40,000 people in attendance, plus thousands of military personnel around the world. Journey is famous for their song, DON’T STOP BELIEVIN’, among others. We’ll also close the show, playing during the fireworks.