Jenny Maybee is a nationally-charting pianist, vocalist, and composer/arranger who “make(s) beautiful music expressing the sheer joy of being alive.”  Her “eloquent and heart stopping” piano playing and vocals have been hailed as “expertly balanced,” with her voice described as “exquisite” and “in the same league” as Billie Holiday, and her piano stylings compared to Keith Jarrett, Chick Corea, McCoy Tyner, and Cecil Taylor. 

Jenny’s 2019 release, Love Letters from the Garden, is a book of art and poetry accompanied by a full album of music inspired by her time as a Creative Resident at Bloedel Reserve on Bainbridge Island (Washington). In 2016, Jenny released HAIKU (with Nick Phillips), which she co-produced and arranged.  HAIKU was lauded in the press as "a thrilling, intimate, very delicate dialogue...close to perfection," and Jenny’s composition “Winter Butterflies” was selected as one of the Top 10 New Songs of 2016. Jenny’s playing can also be found on ten other albums, including the 2016 film soundtrack “Curious Worlds: The Art & Imagination of David Beck.”

Jenny is a member of The Recording Academy, has been a presenter for the Jazz Education Network, an adjudicator for West Coast Songwriters, and has over a decade of experience teaching voice and piano and coaching individuals and ensembles.  In addition, she is an experienced attorney and mediator who has represented national and international leaders in technology and business.