Geraldo Marshall is an improvisatory musician, composer, and educator originally from Washington DC. He attended the Duke Ellington School of the Arts where he was given the opportunity to perform with legends such as Sting, Paul Simon, Patti Labell, Bobby Mcferrin, and Ledisi. He earned his Bachelor of Music from the Eastman School of Music where he performed for various school and student run ensembles. Geraldo went on to earn his Masters of Music in Contemporary Performance(Global Jazz Concentration) at the Berklee School of Music under the direction of Danilo Perez. Furthermore, Geraldo has traveled the country as an educator giving master classes as well as teaching in private at Birch Creek Music Academy, The Washington Jazz Arts Institute, The Waterfront Academy, and various Jazz Educator Network Conferences. Currently, he lives in New York City where he teaches music to underserved communities where he emphasizes music as a means of creativity, expression, and communion.