Drummer, composer, arranger and producer George Schuller, a native of New
York City, moved to
Boston in 1967 where he was raised and educated, and later received a
Bachelor's Degree in Jazz
Performance at the New England Conservatory of Music in 1982.
For the next twelve years, Schuller was a fixture on the Boston area jazz
scene performing with Herb
Pomeroy, Jaki Byard, Jerry Bergonzi, George Garzone, Mick Goodrick, John
Lockwood, Ran Blake, Lisa
Thorson, Billy Pierce, Bruce Gertz, Mili Bermejo, John LaPorta and Hal Crook.
In 1984, he co-founded the twelve-piece ensemble Orange Then Blue
recording several acclaimed
albums, including the 1999 release, Hold The Elevator: Live in Europe
and Other Haunts
Recordings). Orange Then Blue toured extensively throughout the U.S.,
Canada, Middle East and Europe
during the early to mid-90s.