About Quincy Chapman
Get to know Quincy Chapman
Quincy Chapman is a saxophonist and musician who is at the center of a new era in instrumental Urban Contemporary music. Born into a family of New York-based entertainers across various disciplines, Quincy’s journey in music began at a tender age, performing professionally at the age of 15 as a fill-in for his father's jazz group. He later studied Jazz Saxophone at Valdosta State University where he worked with saxophonists Matthew Roehrich and Joren Cain and graduated in 2019. Today he is an extremely versatile musician who is able to incorporate, integrate and accentuate his horn and music across a plethora of well-known and niche genres. Quincy is accomplished solo artist who is actively performing having played hundreds of shows all across the nation. He has garnered plaudits that have led to him opening for the Rick James band as well as notable performances with Chris Crenshaw of Jazz at the Lincoln Center and Mason Davis of Snarky Puppy. He has also proven himself on the international stage having thrilled audiences in the U.K.