"A trumpeter of versatility and poise"
The New York Times
Mingus Big Band Review; Roberta on the Arts
By Dr. Roberta E. Zlokower, "...Sue Mingus, Charles Mingus’ widow, remains its overseer and manager, and she’s obviously doing a fantastic job. In fact, they won a Grammy in 2011 for their album, Mingus Big Band Live at Jazz Standard, as the “Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album...The first piece, Mingus’ “Gunslinging Bird”, included Tatum Greenblatt’s trumpet solo swinging wild...“Tijuana Gift Shop” was replete with lots of clavé rhythm, with the band clapping to set the tempo. Two trumpets opened, with Greenblatt on an expansive, electric solo.” Read The Full Review Here! >>
Imprints selected as an Editor's Pick by DownBeat Magazine
Frank Alkyer writes, "...his strongest recording to date. Imprints delivers a perfect blend of hard-swinging grooves and tight, interesting arrangements. But Greenblatt also develops a big-vision set of music that displays the breadth of his interests and influences in one beautifully cohesive statement...Throughout the recording, Greenblatt’s trumpet is a crystal-clear clarion, and he’s joined by a stellar band." Read The Full Review Here! >>
With Richard Bona
Live at Cotton Club, Tokyo
On the road with
The Richard Bona Group
From Morocco to Mumbai, Talinn to Tokyo, it has been a whirlwind series of tours with incredible players and audiences alike! Check out the gallery section for a taste of the many locales in which Tatum has touched down with Richard (and other groups), and check out the Calendar to see where he will head to next. Photo by Gilmar Gomez.
Check out Tatum's previous release!
"Break of Day," by The Here and Now, featuring Tatum Greenblatt, Ben Roseth, Drew Pierson, David Dawda, and Sean Hutchinson. Buy on Amazon.