New Zealand jazz and electronic musician Tom Ludvigson is an artist whose experience covers most dimensions of music production: composer, arranger, band leader, performer, record producer, musical director for stage performances, session player and teacher. While an accomplished multi-instrumentalist (guitars, basses, saxophones, flutes, percussion, keyboards), Tom has focused much of his energy on piano and synthesizer keyboards.
Tom comes from a musical background that takes in blues, jazz, funk and experimental music. He has performed/recorded with Trip to the Moon with Trevor Reekie, the popular Auckland jazz combo Bluespeak, the Inner City Jazz Workshop, the Jack Morris Big Band, Big Sideways, Low Profile/Elephunk, Rick Bryant's original Jive Bombers, electro-funk band Snap with Graeme Gash, electronic multi-media ensemble Nexus, Alloy (electronic dance) and Bongo Nation. He has also made a number of festival appearances in Auckland and Wellington over the years. He has composed extensively for film and television.
Tom is also an accomplished visual artist, whose work draws on geometric patterns and mathematical processes.