Concert 9/24/22 at SUNY Schenectady, NY

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Contact: Peg Delaney 
40 Bentley Drive Troy, NY 12182


Peg Delaney

pianist, composer, arranger

Peg Delaney plays sophisticated piano jazz, drawing from American, Latin and Brazilian idioms. The trio adds Bill Delaney on upright bass and features fine, poignant vocals by drummer Earl Davis. Peg also plays in solo and duo contexts, with larger combos, multiple singers, various horns and guitar. The fine arrangements by Peg create a rich piano and bass texture to cushion the vocals and delight listeners.
Peg has been a two-time recipient of the New York State Council for The Arts: Meet the Composer Grant and was semifinalist in the Musician Magazine Best Unsigned Band Competition and taught music at Saratoga Spring's Skidmore College for a semester.
Her transcription book of Nick Brignola Solos is sold internationally by Jamey Aebersold and has appeared in the Saxophone Journal. It is on the New York State Music Teachers Association adjudication list, and is recognized by the National Jazz Educators Association. Peg was awarded the Swingtime Lifetime Achievement Award as pianist and educator.

Recently Jazz Voices was interviewed by Xara Wilde for her Six Count podcast. You can listen here

               ​JAZZ VOICES at SIX COUNT pod cast

Daisyland Music

"Excellent pianist.. her solos showed fine melodic invention" CADENCE,
Len Bukowski

"Recognized as a unique and outstanding performance" MUSICIAN

"One of the better jazz and mainstream pianists in the Northeast" ARTS
and ENTERTAINMENT, C. Robie Booth

"There is life and depth of feeling in her melodies" BUZZ, Roni D.Ginsberg

"Peg is a consummate musician! ...She upholds the tradition of fine jazz pianists AND has a great group to boot!" Rich Pulin

“Peg Delaney is a true musical genius in every sense of the word. Her compositions are first rate and so are her performances. Great Jazz musician” Felice Kaye-Cooper/Songwriter

"The Peg Delaney Trio was superb. selection wonderfully varied" "Never have I heard such universal praise for a band from everyone"