Eugene Marlow

Eugene Marlow


Eugene Marlow (composer/arranger) writes jazz and classical music for solo instruments, small ensemble, and jazz big big band. He also leads a small ensemble (The Heritage Ensemble) that performs for a wide range of private occasions.


Eugene Marlow (composer/arranger) has composed classical and jazz pieces for solo instruments, chamber ensembles, and jazz big band. His jazz pieces have been performed by the BMI Jazz Composers Workshop Big Band, the Primary Colors Trio, the SYOTOS Latin/Jazz Band with Chris Washburne, The Numinous Orchestra, The Andy Laverne Trio, and the Trevor Day Big Band. His classical solo and chamber works have been performed by the Kandinsky and Corigliano String Quartets, the Circadia Woodwind Quintet, the Alaria Chamber Ensemble, and virtuoso pianist Nada Loutfi. He is a member of the BMI Jazz Composers Workshop, the International Association for Jazz Education, the Jazz Journalists Association, and the New York Composers Circle. Marlow is also senior co-chair of the Milt Hinton Jazz Perspectives concert series at Baruch College (The City University of New York). In addition to two other CD projects, Marlow is currently researching a book on jazz in China.


Eugene Marlow has just released his inaugural CD, "A Summer Afternoon With You," a collection of 10 original jazz compositions (ballads, swing, blues, bossa nova). The quintet is led by pianist/leader Michael Abene. The CD is available from MEII Enterprises ( for $14.99, plus shipping and handling.

Set List

In addition to the usual repertoire of traditional jazz and pop standards, Gene Marlow's The Heritage Ensemble has also developed a concert set of nine Hebraic melodies arranged in various jazz and neo-classical styles.