At age 31, Reggie Berg is established is an established member of the Colorado musical community. Berg’s pianism won attention early on as he performed Marion Bauer’s Piano Concerto For The Youth with The Fort Wayne Philharmonic at age 9. With his introduction to the world of jazz coming only a few years later, his performance of an original composition, I Lost You Two, gained him lifelong fans on NPR’s From The Top. 14 time Grammy award winner, Bob Mintzer, took a fondness to Reggie’s work and performed, Eyes That Sing, an original tune of Berg’s written in celebration of the saxophonist's visit to Indiana Purdue University Fort Wayne.
At the encouragement of renowned pianist, Peter Stoltzman, Reggie recorded his debut solo piano album, My Spoken Heart, available digitally on CDBaby in 2015. Berg recently completed a tour with the Air Force Falconaires Jazz Ensemble, and just last year, Berg was chosen as a finalist for the Thelonious Monk Jazz Institute auditions. He performed for jazz legends, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Kenny Burrell, and James Newton at UCLA. Alongside being an active performer, Reggie currently has 15 private students that he teaches out of his home studio, through Accelerated Schools, and Lessons In Your Home. Berg studied at The Interlochen Arts Academy, The Eastman School of Music, Mannes; The New School for Music, and The University of Denver.