Contacts and links:


Frank Kimbrough is a Palmetto Records artist.

For information on bookings for concerts, master classes, or residencies, please contact Amy Cervini at Orange Grove Artists.

If you'd like to be on Frank Kimbrough's e-mail list, please respond with your e-mail address and city of residence. You may also use this address to contact Frank directly.

Palmetto Records Press and Radio Contact: Terry Coen


Listen or purchase at these sites:

Listen to Frank Kimbrough at Pandora Internet Radio

Purchase mp3s at Rhapsody

Purchase CDs at Jazz Loft


Youtube videos:

Frank Kimbrough - solo piano at the Rubin Museum, NYC
"The Spins"
"Quickening"
"RMA"

Maria Schneider Orchestra at Jazz a Vienne (HD)
"Journey Home"
"Hang Gliding" Pt. 1 and "Hang Gliding" Pt. 2
"Choro Dancado"
"Evanescence" Pt. 1 and "Evanescence" Pt. 2

Michael Blake Elevated Quartet with Frank Kimbrough, Ben Allison and Mike Mazor at the Knitting Factory
"Surfin' Sahara"

Kendra Shank with Frank Kimbrough, Dean Johnson and Tony Moreno
"All Of You"

Adam Kolker Quartet with Frank Kimbrough, Masa Kamaguchi and Jeff Hirshfield
"Green Chimneys"

John Menegon Group w/ Joe Lovano, Frank Kimbrough and Matt Wilson
"Texas"


Jazz Composers Collective Individual resident composer sites:

  • Ben Allison
  • Michael Blake
  • Ron Horton
  • Ted Nash

    Read Nate Chinen's Jazz Times feature on Frank

    Read Frank Kimbrough's "Desert Island Dozens" at jazz.com

    Read Wayne Zade's Allaboutjazz.com interview with Frank Kimbrough.

    Read Allen Huotari's Allaboutjazz.com interview with Frank Kimbrough.

    Read Frank Kimbrough's Allaboutjazz.com/italy article: "The Life and Art of Herbie Nichols" (in Italian).


    Website for composer/arranger Maria Schneider

    Website for bassist/composer Ron Brendle and LoNote Records

    Website for photographer Lourdes Delgado

    Website for photographer Stefe Jiroflee

    Website for painter Andrei Petrov

    Jazz Corner hosts over 150 web sites for musicians and organizations as well as the Speakeasy - an interactive area for jazz information and discussion. If you have questions for Frank, please go to their "Ask the Musicians" page.