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Mark Flugge

Mark Flugge is well-known as a pianist, composer, educator, and bandleader in the Central Ohio area and beyond. Recent soloist appearances include performing “Rhapsody in Blue” with the Newark-Granville Symphony Orchestra (2011), the Capital/Bexley Orchestra (2009), the Columbus Symphony Orchestra (2006 and 2010), and the Westerville Symphony (2004). He was the musical director for the "Birth of the Cool" with the Columbus Jazz Orchestra in May, 2011, and was the bandleader for the Opera Columbus production of Kurt Weill's "Berlin to Broadway" in September, 2010. He presented the solo lecture- recital “From Jelly Roll to Jarrett, a Jazz Piano History” at the King Arts Complex in 2008


Mark Flugge | 1962-2014: Jazz pianist was busy performer, teacher

Mark Flugge | 1962-2014: Jazz pianist was busy performer, teacher

As his hearing grew worse and the distortion in his head louder, Mark Flugge struggled to perform the jazz music he loved. The double-punch proved particularly painful for the lifelong pianist. He battled nonstop tinnitus and hearing loss — as well as related depression — for nearly two years. On Sunday, the Bexley pianist took his ...

February's Promise

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2002
Track listing: Time's Horizon; February's Promise; The Borderland; Drivin' The Bus; The Letter; Autumn's Waltz; Soiree; Beatrice, The Cat; Around Every Corner; Blessings.


Mark Flugge: February's Promise

Read "February's Promise" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Jazz piano fans may likely be familiar with some real gems who have descended from Ohio. Start with that mighty Toledan Art Tatum, go on 30 years to another Toledan, Stanley Cowell, and then you find there are very some interesting (mostly “non-Toledan") players in between. Take Hank Marr, Phil DeGreg, Bobby Floyd, Dan Wall, and ...


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