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Force Field
music by Suzanne Davis ©2005
Suzanne Davis, piano
John Pineda, bass
Joe Hunt, drums

Fifteen Minutes of Fame
music by Suzanne Davis ©2007
Suzanne Davis, piano
Garth Stevenson, bass
Ziv Ravitz, drums

Transition Waltz
music by Suzanne Davis ©1992
sound track to the short film Transition Waltz
by Joe Davis
Suzanne Davis, piano
Garth Stevenson, bass
Ziv Ravitz, drums

Mike's Blues
music by Suzanne Davis © 2007
Suzanne Davis, piano
Garth Stevenson, bass
Ziv Ravitz, drums

Bopmania
music by Suzanne Davis ©2000
Suzanne Davis, piano
Phil Grenadier, trumpet
Masa Kamaguchi, bass
Joe Hunt, drums.

Jazz pianist and composer Suzanne Davis appeared every weekend with her jazz trio at the Four Seasons Hotel in Boston from 1985 to 2004.

She now performs frequently in Boston, Cape Cod, New York City and Paris, France as a solo artist and leader of her own small group (trio and quartet). An alumna of Wellesley College, she is Associate Professor of Piano at Berklee College of Music.

She has been called ‘an outstanding talent” by the Boston Globe. Her original composition Transition Waltz was featured in a short animated film and received  Print magazine’s 1999 Digital 6 Award.

Ms. Davis has composed music for several films, including a credit as a composer for the film In Between directed by filmmaker and actress Deborah Twiss.

Ms. Davis is the author of Jazz Piano Comping, which will be published by Berklee Press in 2011.

Recordings include The Suzanne Davis Quartet: First Set, Hymn to Freedom, and A Hight Tolerance for the Truth.

She has performed with Phil Grenadier, Joe Hunt, Ted Kotick, Herb Pomeroy, Greg Hopkins, George Garzone and Grover Washington Jr.

Lyrical piano…This is the best new release I’ve heard this year.
Dale Smoak, The Boston Phoenix

Outstanding talent…The pearl of the set was Davis’ sensitively hued tribute to Bill Evans. " “Some Other Time.”

 

"Lyrical piano…This is the best new release I've heard this year."
Dale Smoak, The Boston Phoenix

"Outstanding talent…The pearl of the set was Davis' sensitively hued tribute to Bill Evans: "Some Other Time."
Ernie Santosuosso, The Boston Globe

"She tackles a group of chestnuts by such composers as Gershwin, Porter and Rodgers and Hammerstein, managing to make them sound fresh and new."
Bob McCullough, The Boston Globe

"A wonderfully talented pianost."
Ron Della Chiesa, WGBH Radio

"It is at many of the hotels that you'll hear exceptional pianists, such as Davis, playing solo or with other musicians."
Marjorie Alonso Jackson, Where Magazine

"A deftly intuitive style that delights audiences…Davis is one of the most listenable performers in town."
Barbara Sealock, The Boston Herald

"A favorite weekend fixture at the Four Seasons Hotel."
The Improper Bostonian

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