Malcolm Campbell is a jazz pianist and composer from Lexington, MA. As the first jazz musician in the Harvard/New England Conservatory dual degree program, Malcolm has studied under Danilo Perez, Frank Carlberg, Fred Hersch, Jason Moran and Jerry Bergonzi. He graduated from Harvard University in 2010 with a degree in Chemistry and Physics summa cum laude and from the New England Conservatory in 2011 with a Masters in Jazz Piano Performance. He is currently pursuing a PhD in neuroscience at Stanford University. He has performed at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, the New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall, and Symphony Hall, and the Panama Jazz Festival, The Montreux Jazz Festival, the Aspen Jazz Festival, and Monterrey Next Generation Jazz Festival. He has performed with Don Byron, Billy Hart, Roy Hargrove, Cecil McBee, Lee Konitz, and Makoto Ozone, and has played in masterclasses for YoYo Ma, Herbie Hancock, Joshua Redman, Aaron Goldberg, Jason Moran, and Dave Holland.