APRIL 16, 2021 | 8PM

Catch Me at the Jazz Show with Herb Scott is a solo saxophone performance featuring jazz standards and new music.
Herb Scott is a native Washingtonian and a star on the Washington, D.C. Jazz scene. Herb is also the Founder and Executive Director of Capitol Hill Jazz Foundation, whose mission is to make full use of jazz as a strategic tool
of economic development in Washington, DC. Through action in performance, education, and advocacy, CHJF seeks to improve the viability of jazz livelihoods and performance venues and to revitalize the appreciation for the genre.


Listen to Herb’s interview on The Laura Coates Show.


While studying at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts under the award-winning educator Davey Yarborough, Herb performed with renowned trumpeter Wynton Marsalis and Jazz pianist Herbie Hancock. Herb studied Jazz Studies at Michigan State University under Jazz legend Rodney Whitaker and Professor Diego Rivera and toured with the MSU Jazz Band. His career includes performances at the White House, Dizzy’s Coca Cola-Club in New York, the Lincoln Center, the world-famous Baker’s Keyboard Lounge in Detroit, the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Universal Studios Orlando, Constitution Hall, the Library of Congress, the Detroit Jazz Fest, the East Lansing Jazz Fest, the DC Jazz Fest. Find Herb Scott on Spotify here.


“Herb Scott is a young, soulful powerhouse on alto saxophone. As a bandleader, his style often veers into the over-sweetened terrain of smooth jazz, but no matter what he plays, his fleetness and conviction are undeniable.” – Capitol Bop
Herb Scott’s Sirius XM Radio Interview with Laura Coates will be available on this page, Wednesday, April 14, 2021.