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Phil Markowitz

Phil Markowitz (born 1952)is a jazz pianist and educator.

He graduated from the Eastman School of Music and in 1979 had his “first big break” working with Chet Baker’s band. He is most known as a sideman. He made a 1980 recording entitled Sno’ Peas with Eddie Gomez and Al Foster. He recorded two live duo albums with Dave Liebman and was a member of the Dave Liebman group.[1] He calls his work with him the “biggest break of all” and they have worked together on and off for fifteen years. He has also served as a pianist in Bob Mintzer’s Big Band as well.

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