about unlimited myles
Unlimited Myles is celebrating its 15th year as one of the leading jazz booking agencies today. Our boutique-style approach has allowed us to maintain a small but highly superior roster of artists. Our goal has always been to serve both our artists and the concert presenter with the utmost integrity. We are very proud of our roster's diversity. Each artist is uniquely different from the next and each is considered by critics and fans alike to be the absolute best in their field.
Between them all, our artists boast an incredible list of awards, including multiple Grammy-winners and multiple nominees; MacArthur "Genius" Award winners, Guggenheim Fellows, Doris Duke Artists and countless "Best" awards in their instrument or vocal categories from the Jazz Journalist Association, JazzTimes Readers and Critics' Polls and Downbeat Critic Readers and Critics' Polls.
about myles weinstein
Like many musicians, drummer and percussionist Myles Weinstein has led two different professional lives. One as a performing artist and the other as an agent to many of the finest jazz artists today.
In 2001, Myles founded his own booking agency, Unlimited Myles, Inc., exclusively representing multi-award-winning artists, such as Regina Carter, Kenny Barron, Stefon Harris, Luciana Souza, Vijay Iyer and Russell Malone. Before that, Myles served as the director of the jazz division at Herbert Barrett Management, where he established a jazz division within this primarily classical agency. He worked there from 1993-2001.
As a performing artist, Myles has played percussion, timpani and drums with a diverse list of artists and orchestras, including Stefon Harris, Steve Turre, the Long Island Philharmonic and the Joffrey Ballet Orchestra. It was with Stefon Harris that he toured and recorded the Grammy-nominated work "The Grand Unification Theory." In the 90's, he co-led a group with Chris Potter called "The Jazz Mentality", which toured throughout the northeast and Midwest regions and recorded two CDs: "Maxwell's Torment" and "Show Business Is My Life." Both of these recordings reached the top of the jazz radio charts.
Since 2004 Myles has served on the board of directors for the North American Performing Arts Managers and Agents (NAPAMA.) He received his Bachelor of Music degree at Rutgers University (1985) and his Master of Music at Manhattan School of Music (1987.) He also attended the New England Conservatory in Boston (1985)