Phil Markowitz

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Phil Markowitz (born September 6, 1952 in Brooklyn, New York) is a jazz pianist and educator.[1]


As leader[edit]

  • Restless Dreams
  • Sno' Peas
  • In The Woods
  • Taxi Ride (featuring special guest Toots Thielemans)

As sideperson[edit]

  • with David Liebman: Classique, Turn It Around, Miles Away, Songs For My Daughter, Return of the Tenor, Voyage, New Vista, Medidations, as yet untitled- renditions of the works of Puccini.
  • with Bob Mintzer: Art of the Big Band, Spectrum, Departure, Only In New York, Big Band Trane, Latin In Manhattan, as yet untitled quartet with Peter Erskine.
  • with Chet Baker: Looking For The Light - A Tribute To Chet Baker, Broken Wing, Two a Day, Live at Nick's Place, Live At Chateauvalion, Live at the Rising Sun.
  • with Mel Lewis: Live in Israel.
  • with Phil Woods: For Astor, For Elis.
  • with Lionel Hampton: Mostly Ballads.
  • with Al Dimeola: Souring Through A Dream.
  • with Nick Brignola: Poinciana
  • with Jack Wilkins and Brecker Brothers: You Can't Live Without It.


  1. ^ "Markowitz, Phil –". Retrieved January 24, 2016. 


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