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                                                 Georges Bouhey
                                 Professional Musician & Educator

GEORGES is known  throughout the region as a band leader, an ace side-man (drums or keyboards) and as a compassionate music educator. 


He has performed throughout the United States & Canada with various artists including:

  • Mason Williams

  • The Platters

  • The Diamonds

  • Dianne Schuur

  • Byron Berline

  • Sal Marquez  (Tonight Show Band)

  • Lawrence Leighton Smith

  • Glen Campbell

  • The Fowler Bros. (Frank Zappa)

  • Diamond Jackson

  • Keith Sykes (Jimmy Buffet) 

  • The Oklahoma City Symphony

  • The Toronto Symphony

  • The Denver Symphony

  •  R & B legend,Floyd Dixon (Hey Bartender).



Georges performs regularly playing solo piano as "Georges Jazz".  And he enjoys playing either  keyboards or drums with his "JazzBros!" trio---or when supporting other artists as a sideman.
...Jazz In The Desert
BEND, OREGON--Over the course of the past 15 years this sleepy little former mill town in the center of the Oregon high  desert has become one of the top five most desirable destinations in the entire USA.  And, has become an internationally recognized center for retirement, world class winter & summer sports activities, craft breweries, the arts...and JAZZ! 


In 2011 Georges teamed up with Bend Broadband and The Oxford to start  "Bend Broadband's Music Education Workshops" to present many of the world's top Jazz artists to Central Oregon in an educational "hands-on" workshop setting.

The workshops have become an important part of our community; fostering an interest in Jazz and creating  unequaled opportunities to learn from some of the best!

In 2009 The Oxford Hotel started Bend Broadband's "Jazz At The Oxford" series.  This was the beginning of regular visits and  performances in Bend by  many of the best internationally known world Jazz artists--and set the foundation for the growth of Jazz in Central Oregon.

GB & JazzBros! With Jazz Legend Randy Brecker

"Hey Georges...You Guys Sound Real Good"--Randy Brecker After His Workshop

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