“Seager is one of our most valuable local treasures, and his music is always well considered.”
— Steve Elman, The Arts Fuse

“There’s not only smart and well-crafted modern jazz present, but innate beauty and serene confidence in Seager’s music.”
— 
Michael G. Nastos, All Music Guide

“Seager has distilled his lyrical approach into perfectly balanced and unfailingly beautiful music full of quiet subtleties.
— Ed Hazell,  The Boston Phoenix

“Seager’s group balances fresh immediacy and a whiff of nostalgia.”
— John S. Wilson, New York Times

“Seager, unafraid to use space, achieves tension and interest through sophisticated melodic design and piquant harmonic thinking.”
— David Kane,  Cadence Magazine

Bert Seager

“Seager is one of our most valuable local treasures, and his music is always well considered.”
— Steve Elman, The Arts Fuse

“Seager, unafraid to use space, achieves tension and interest through sophisticated melodic design and piquant harmonic thinking.”
— David Kane,  Cadence Magazine

“Seager has distilled his lyrical approach into perfectly balanced and unfailingly beautiful music full of quiet subtleties.
— Ed Hazell,  The Boston Phoenix

“There’s not only smart and well-crafted modern jazz present, but innate beauty and serene confidence in Seager’s music.”
— 
Michael G. Nastos, All Music Guide

“Seager’s group balances fresh immediacy and a whiff of nostalgia.”
— John S. Wilson, New York Times

Thanks for stopping by my website.  I hope you will enjoy listening to some music, or downloading it for free with the album cover art and liner notes – you can also stream it on Spotify and Apple Music.

There are some videos here, and a blog called “news”.   In the blog you will perhaps notice the intersection of music, dharma, world events, and nature as a path of discovery and interconnection.

At the core is live music, and so I am excited to be playing with my quartet “Heart of Hearing” on the first Wednesday of every month at the Lilypad in Cambridge, MA and two Thursdays a month at Spice Thai Kitchen in Ipswich, MA.  The “Schedule” page has all the details.  

Not being on any social media, I have limited my promotional activities to this website and a few brief emails that I send out each year.  If you are interested please sign up below.
 
 
 
Yours in harmony,
 

Left to right: Dor Herskovits (drums), Bert Seager (piano), Rick DiMuzio (tenor saxophone), Andrew Schiller (upright bass).    Photos by Isabel Roeder.