Crescent Super Band
World-Class Jazz Band
Organized in 2001 under the direction of Caleb Chapman, the award-winning Crescent Super Band has frequently been hailed as the best high school-aged jazz band in the world. And when you get invited to play at Carnegie Hall, you know you’re good. Since the band’s inception, it has shared the stage with Grammy-winners Randy Brecker, Nicholas Payton, Jeff Coffin, Dave Samuels, Eric Marienthal, Ernie Watts, and well over 100 other guest artists.
The band has been featured at many prestigious jazz venues, including the North Sea Jazz Festival, Park City Jazz Festival, Berklee Jazz Festival, Crescent Jazz Festival, as well as the famous NY jazz club Dizzy’s.
They have performed to enthusiastic audiences in major cities all over the world including Switzerland, Italy, France, Sweden, Denmark, and the Netherlands. The band was featured on the main stage of the 34th Annual Conference of the International Association for Jazz Education (IAJE) in New York, an honor normally reserved for the biggest names in jazz.
Crescent Super Band’s electrifying performances have gained them many Best of State awards in Utah. They also beat out every other professional music group in the state to win the BOSS Award, an extremely prestigious honor that identifies them as the top Arts and Entertainment in Utah.
This amazing group is one of the top jazz bands in the world, but don’t make the mistake of thinking that jazz is all they play. Sure, when you see them perform live you’ll hear some of the best jazz you’ve ever heard, but you’ll also hear jazzed-up versions of pop, show tunes, and movie themes that will knock your socks off.
Audiences are always in awe of their tremendous energy and musicality and routinely clap and stomp along to the contagious rhythms. When you want entertainment that your audience will be talking about for years, go Crescent Super Band!
“This is one really smokin’ band!“ – Randy Brecker, Five-time Grammy-Winner
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