Marlow’s New Mini-Album Series Celebrates the Female Perspective

“In Their Own Voice” Mini-Album Series

French Lyricist/Vocalist Amelie Cherubin Collaborates with Composer Eugene Marlow

Released by MEII Enterprises 

 "In Their Own Voice I" Eugene Marlow and Amelie CherubinJuly 14, 2014—Today Eugene Marlow’s MEII Enterprises indie label launches the first in a series of digital only, mini-albums under the umbrella “In Their Own Voice” title.

Marlow has produced over 200 jazz and classical pieces for solo instruments, chamber ensembles, and jazz big band. ... keep reading »

Marlow Scores the Fountain at The Brooklyn Museum

Brooklyn Museum FountainThursday, August 14, 2014
Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, NY 11238
TIME: 6:30pm
The Brooklyn Museum recently asked musicians and producers of all genres to create an original score lasting 5:40 minutes to accompany their Jane and David Walentas Fountain water cycle in front of the Museum.

The works of ten composers were chosen, including Eugene Marlow.... keep reading »

Downbeat Gives 4.5 Stars to MSM Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra’s”¡Que Viva Harlem!” Featuring Marlow’s “Let There Be Swing”

Que Via Harlem! 4 1/2 StarsThe latest offering from the Manhattan School of Music Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra (MSMACJO) — ¡Qué Viva Harlem! (Jazz Heads 2014) under the direction of Bobby Sanabria — received 4.5 stars from Downbeat reviewer Scott Yanow.  The third cut on the album is Eugene Marlow’s “Let There Be Swing.”

“Let There Be Swing” is intended as an homage to the many swing chart composers of the 1930s-1940s, the height of the swing era in the United States.... keep reading »

Recent Articles by Eugene Marlow Fall 2013

JAZZed & Popular HispanicsCameras in Jazz Clubs: The Educational Potential
PDF link: Video_Cameras_in_Jazz_Clubs_The_Educational_Potential

JAZZed Magazine

The Bobby Sanabria Grammy-nominated “Multiverse” Big Band At Americas Society: A Review
Popular Hispanics


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Brooklyn Musical Cultures Celebration is a Smash!

Deputy Brooklyn Borough President, Sandra Chapman, and several dozen community members came out Saturday, October 20, 2012 to enjoy the 2nd Annual “We’ve Got Rhythms” Celebration of Brooklyn’s Cultures—produced and performed by Eugene Marlow’s Heritage Ensemble.

The free concert held at the Brooklyn Heights Branch of the Brooklyn Public Library in Downtown Brooklyn, delivered “an afternoon of toe tapping, head nodding, body swaying music” said Chapman, “[it’s] simply wonderful.”... keep reading »