Taber Gable brings as many influences to the piano as possible. He at a young age started enjoying and applying many different styles which include Jazz, Gospel, R&B, Soul, and many more. Taber started playing piano at the age of 9 in church and has since went on to receive a bachelors in Jazz Studies from the University of Hartford where he had the opportunity to study with Andy LaVerne, Steve Davis, Rene McLean, Javon Jackson, Nat Reeves. He recently graduated the Juilliard School with his Masters in Jazz performance where he studied under Kenny Barron, Wynton Marsalis, Kenny Washington, and many more notable teachers.
Taber Gable has had the opportunity to play along side many great musicians in the last few years such as Javon Jackson, Steve Davis, Nat Reeves, Abraham Burton, Jeremy Pelt, Jimmy Greene, Donald Brown, Eric McPherson, Freddie Hendrix, Nicholas Payton, Ben Wolfe, Peter Bernstein, Terrace Martin, Joe Farnsworth, Myron Walden, and many more. These are just a few names to what is hopeful to be a continually growing list as he grows, matures, and continues his musical journey.