About Kendall Eddy
In two decades as a musician, acoustic and electric bassist Kendall Eddy has given thousands of performances in over 30 of the United States, Canada, Italy, Japan, Norway, Panama and throughout the Caribbean. He has had extensive studio recording experience, appearing on dozens of recordings by Boston & New York area musicians, including an album of original jazz instrumentals. Major venues have included the Kennedy Center (Washington DC), Blue Note jazz clubs (NY & Japan), Scullers & Regattabar jazz clubs (Boston), and the Panama Jazz Festival.
As a teacher, Kendall has held faculty positions at the Powers Music School, All-Newton Music School, and the Harlem School of the Arts, and has maintained a private music teaching studio since receiving a Master of Music degree in Jazz Performance from The New England Conservatory.
Highly inquisitive by nature, Kendall has many varied interests in addition to music. He has become serious about 2D and 3D digital art and design, and is fascinated by technology and its impact on human life. He is fascinated with history, anthropology, language and mythology, and is interested in exploring the intersection of all of these in the digital future. Kendall is enjoying the Denver mountain air after living in New York City for over a decade.