Marvin Stamm performs in a number of musical settings. Aside from his work with the Marvin Stamm Quartet and the Marvin Stamm/Bill Mays Duo, he performs as a soloist with big bands and symphony orchestras as well as other small ensembles.

Marvin has a library for big bands arranged by various writers, all of whom are top professionals in their field. The arrangements are orchestrated for eight brass, five saxophones and three or four rhythm. Because of doubling limitations in a number of groups, very few of these arrangements incorporate woodwind doubles.

Marvin’s orchestra library is written for true orchestra instrumentation—not for big band with strings. The music is mostly taken from the Great American Songbook, and the arrangements are written for full string section and harp, eight or nine woodwinds, three trumpets, three trombones, and tuba, percussion, and jazz rhythm section (piano, bass and drums). You can learn much more about Marvin’s orchestra programs and music by going to the orchestra tab on this site.