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Jazz and Swing

There are many types of jazz but it’s almost always easy to listen to, with an unpretentious, spontaneous feeling, and a wide range of emotion. We have included in this category groups (both instrumental and vocal)who can play New Orleans traditional jazz, ragtime, Dixieland, Swing-era, cool-jazz, smooth-jazz and latin jazz.

Anthony Caceres     

Bob Henschen     

Bryan Anthony & the Gary Norian Trio     

Charlie Prause     

David Caceres     

Fahrenheit     

Greg Giacona Trio     

Harry Sheppard     

Jaime Casco     

Jazz Revisited     

Joe Carmouche     

Joe LoCascio     

Kermit Ruffins     

Kristine Mills     

Leo Polk     

Lucky Strikes     

Marvin Gaspard Trio     

Matt Lemmler Group     

Moment’s Notice     

Mood Indigo     

Paul Chester     

Pizazz Dixieland Jazz     

Quiet Storm     

Rumble Seat Four     

Sebastian Whittaker     

Sharon Montgomery     

Swingfield Playboys     

Ted Wenglinski Group >

The Blue Monks     

The Gypsies     

The Texas Gypsies     

Tianna Hall     

Watercolours     

Yvonne Washington     

 

Ted Wenglinski Group


A native of St. Louis, Ted studied classical piano with University of Houston professor Albert Hirsh while still attending Clear Lake High School. He returned to Houston after graduating with a degree in music from Austin College, forming the fusion band Stratus with bassist Dave Nichols in 1982. Stratus would become a staple of the Houston jazz scene, recording 4 CDs and performing extensively at festivals and venues across Texas for 20 years.

Ted has more recently done extensive work with saxophonist/vocalist David Caceres, performing at numberous galas and functions for organizations including the Houston Symphony, the Houston Ballet, the Houston Grand Opera, the American Heart Association and many others. He continues his creative pursuits with his own trio and with the hard bop quintet Monstrosity, fronted by drummer Joel Fulgham. Ted is also in demand as a sideman, performing and recording frequently in many commercial and creative settings.

Comfortable in settings from solo piano to small or large groups, Ted performs classic and contemporary standards with the verve and sophistication that have made him one of the most sought after pianists in town.