The Marsh Brothers Jazz Experience is a Cincinnati-based jazz band that originated in 2016.  The group features Tyler Marsh on piano and Ethan Marsh on bass and/or guitar, as well as other accomplished musicians from the region.  The group opened for the legendary Spyro Gyra at Live at Ludlow Garage in 2017, and in 2018 traveled to cities including Louisville, KY, Evansville, IN, and Nashville, TN (where they played at the infamous Rudy’s Jazz Room) to share their music. Tyler and Ethan play both together and individually with performers throughout the region.

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Tyler Marsh began studying classical piano at the age of 6 in the prep program at the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and expanded to primarily jazz music in his teen years. He has performed at multiple venues around Cincinnati including Dee Felice, The Greenwich, Live at Ludlow Garage, Lydia’s on Ludlow, Washington Platform, Urban Artifact, The Loft Society and as part of the Summer Music Series at the Clifton Plaza. Outside of Cincinnati, he has played at Jazz Central in Dayton, Rudi’s in Nashville and at the Louisville Jazz Festival.  Tyler was awarded the Cincinnati Jazz Hall of Fame Young Artist scholarship in 2017.

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Ethan Marsh is a student in the Jazz Studies program at the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music.  He plays both bass and guitar. Prior to CCM, Ethan attended the School of Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA,) where he participated in the jazz program there as well.  Along with Tyler, he has performed at The Greenwich, Live at Ludlow Garage, Lydia’s on Ludlow, Urban Artifact, Rudi’s in Nashville, Jazz Central in Dayton, The Loft Society, The Redmoor, Washington Platform and as part of the Summer Music Series at the Clifton Plaza.  Ethan was a member of the Cincinnati Youth Jazz Collaborative, led by Dr. Isidore Rudnick, and also participates in The Cincinnati Hall of Fame’s Jazz At Dusk Series as a member of the pioneering class of students.

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