The Eddie Harvey Jazz Arranger of the Year Award is from 2016 being administered by the Musicians' Company in collaboration with the original trustees.
The award was originally established in 2013 to perpetuate the memory of the influential British jazz musician, Edward Thomas ("Eddie") Harvey (1925-2012). He played piano and trombone in bands alongside Ronnie Scott, John Dankworth and Humphrey Littleton and arranged compositions for groups such as Jack Parnell's Orchestra. In the early 1970s he began to get involved in teaching, becoming Head of Jazz at the London College of Music and then teaching posts at the Guildhall and Royal Colleges.
2014 - Tom Haines with Mystery Dog - click here for more information
2017 - Tom Green with Badger Cam - click here for more information
2018 - James Brady with Lush Life - click here for more information
2019 - Billy Marrows with Lucky to be me - click here for more information
2020 - Tom Niblock with Berlin - click here for more information
2021 - Charlie Bates with Celeste - click here for more information