I am proud to announce that my new solo piano album, Matt Savage: Piano Voyages, is now available. This is my first solo album since 2000, and it explores various settings from the urban to the marine.

I just finished a solo piano tour, and I was also honored to be part of a very special concert on December 5 at Town Hall in New York City, hosted by Steve Earle.  The concert was John Henry’s Friends with Steve, Graham Nash and Shawn Colvin – an annual benefit for the Keswell School for children with autism in Manhattan.  It was so wonderful to perform alongside these legends of folk music.

And the jazz documentary film Sound of Redemption: The Frank Morgan Story, for which I did the score, is now available for download on iTunes.

There’s a lot going on this winter, so please visit my Blog section for more updates.  And please check out the Music section to hear samples from the new album.  Enjoy and hope to see you on the road!

“Got to Get You Into My Life” Live in Boston:
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“Escalator Music” with the Groove Experiment:
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“Go On” Live in Japan 2015:
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“A Bigger Celebration” Live in Boston:
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Yukon 2016

On June 8, 2016, I played in Canada’s Yukon for the first time. And it..



Matt Savage: Piano Voyages is Matt’s 12th album. To celebrate its release there will be a tour kicking off on October 19 at the Regattabar in Cambridge, Massachusetts - one of the Boston area’s finest jazz clubs. Matt will welcome alto saxophonist, Erena Terakubo as special guest for this date.

Matt’s newest recording project, produced by Grammy-nominee Jonathan Wyner, is a solo piano album featuring eleven tracks. There are eight new, original compositions including the Keith Jarrett-inspired “Green,” the optimistic Boston-to-New York funk tune, “Southie to Soho” and Matt’s nostalgic ode to his hometown, “Lullaby for Boston.” For the first time since 2008, Matt has also included a few cover songs including an intense version of Herbie Hancock’s jazz standard, “Maiden Voyage,” and Wes Montgomery’s classic, “Road Song.”

Through natural and seasonal imagery, surprising tempo changes and occasional electronic interludes, the theme of rebirth is developed. Matt describes Piano Voyages as a reflection on maturity. “Collectively, each of these songs evokes a new chapter of life,” says Matt. “And it’s a solo album because many of these journeys are individual experiences.”

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