Marshall Lowry is An EXperienced MUlti-Instrumentalist in the AUstin Music Scene.

 

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Marshall Jackson Lowry is a musician, multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer and recording engineer born and raised in Austin, Texas. His primary instruments are saxophone, flute, and piano––however, he also plays the drums, bass, guitar, and sings. 

Marshall is a two-time recipient of the Eleanor Stribling Award for Excellence in Jazz Studies from The University of Texas at Austin, where he earned his Bachelor of Music. He majored in Jazz Composition under the tutelage of Dr. John Mills, and wrote and performed with the University of Texas Jazz Orchestra and AIME (Alternative Improvisational Music Ensemble). As a member of the UT Jazz Orchestra, Marshall had the privilege to perform with prominent jazz artists including Joshua Redman, Jeff Tain Watts, and John Clayton among others.

Marshall has led multiple bands, including the MLSO (Marshall Lowry Soul Orchestra) and his recent project Papa Mongoose. He is a composer, producer, saxophonist, and keyboardist for the electronic soul and dance band CAPYAC, which has been an official SXSW artist for the past 4 years and recently played ACL Festival 2017. Other notable collaborators include: White Denim, Magna Carda, and Huggy & The Feel Goodz.

Marshall is proficient in Ableton Live, Logic, and Finale. He is available for lessons in saxophone, keyboard, composition, production, and recording. If you're interested in learning more, submit a lesson inquiry.