Rob Endicott Quintet

Rob-Endicott

Rob Endicott is a classically trained trumpeter, receiving his Master’s degree from the famed Juilliard School of Music in New York City in 1988.  In the late 1980s and early 1990s, he freelanced in and around the New York City area.  While pursuing post-Master’s studies at the Rotterdam Conservatory in The Netherlands in the early 1990s, Endicott performed with the Rotterdam Symphony and appeared on several recordings and television broadcasts, sharing the stage with such classical music icons as Mstislav Rostropovich and Riccardo Muti.

Currently, in addition to his “day job” as a partner at the international law firm Bryan Cave LLP, he remains very active musically with his own groups, and as a sideman on other projects in the jazz and blues genres.  Endicott has shared the stage with Javier Mendoza’s Estereotipo at the Bistro on many occasions, and has recorded with Mendoza, as well as the Jim Stevens Group.

Recent years have seen Endicott on stage with the Johnnie Johnson Band, the Soulard Blues Band, Anita Rosamond, Park Avenue Jazz, and the John Farrar group, in addition to opening for such legendary blues acts as Bobby “Blue” Bland and Jerry “the Iceman” Butler.  He also played with Roland Johnson and the Voodoo Blues Band, which band won the Best Blues Artist in the 2011 Riverfront Times Readers’ Poll.

For this engagement, Endicott has assembled an all-star group saxophnonist Ben Reece, bassist Bob DeBoo, and drummer Montez Coleman.

style: straight-ahead jazz

Date Venue Time
02/22/17 - 02/23/17 Jazz at the Bistro 7:30pm
Admission: $15 adults | $10 students. Box office: 314.571.6000. Address: 3536 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63103. Buy Tickets
02/22/17 - 02/23/17 Jazz at the Bistro 9:30pm
Admission: $15 adults | $10 students. Box office: 314.571.6000. Address: 3536 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63103. Buy Tickets

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