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|Origin||New England, USA|
|Occupation(s)||musician and educator|
Thomas Snow is a pianist, bandleader, composer, and educator from New England.
Tom Snow is a graduate from the New England Conservatory of Music (M.M. 2005) and the Berklee College of Music (B.M. 1991). Tom has studied improvisation and piano with Danilo Pérez, Michael Cain, and Jerry Bergonzi.
Tom has played with many jazz musicians including Dave Holland, Ken Peplowski, Greg Abate, Bruce Gertz, Larry Coryell, Nick Brignola, Phil Wilson, Mike Turk, Gray Sargent, John Lockwood, Dick Johnson, Herb Pomeroy, and Les DeMerle.
His career has included both traveling throughout Australia and the United States with Irish tenor John McNally and long-term engagements at the Ritz-Carlton Resort in Amelia Island, Florida, The Balsams Grand Resort Hotel, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, and the Mount Washington Hotel.
Tom Snow is also on faculty at Bates College and lives in Westbrook, Maine with his wife and two sons.
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