From BruceBergh

About    Connect  

Bruce Bergh’s Valentines Day 2014 CD release, “Night Life”, is a collection of original “Romantic Harmonies from the Big City”, written between 2011-13 as a nightlife entertainer in some of Chicago’s finest dining establishments. Bergh performs with piano and vocal stylings with several tracks being augmented by full orchestra & horns in the Jazz Vocal genre. As a composer, Bergh strives for memorable melody lines accompanied by jazz harmonizations and a positive message. MP3 downloads are now available!

Bruce Bergh’s 2013 re-release of the “Christmas Time of the Year” CD is also available on Google Play, iTunes and RadioAirplay (Jango) for downloading, as two new TV movies featured his music during the 2013 holiday season.

Bergh began touring at the age 23, and has performed in every state in the US, as well as hosted several musical events throughout the Caribbean. While representing several high profile music technology firms, Bergh has had the opportunity to work with Bob Moog, Ray Kurzweil, Stevie Wonder, Manhattan Transfer, Ray Charles, Floyd Cramer, Kenny Rogers, Take 6, Boys 2 Men, Kansas, and many other famous names.

Some of Bergh’s earlier career highlights include playing organ for the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field, being the official organist for Hillside Theater while in High School, being the on-call pianist/vocalist for Willow Creek Community Chapel events, and leading worship and performing in many top churches, theaters and convention centers across the United States. Bergh most recently played over 100 engagements with Midnight, one of Chicago’s most popular horn cover bands 2012-2014.

Bergh studied at Sherwood Music School and the University of Chicago, and has written hundreds of songs, commercial music and jingles, as well as arranged music for a large number of clients through the years at his three recording studios. As a professor of Music Technology, Bergh taught in four universities, done clinician work for MTNA, MENC, and NAMM conventions, and founded The Bergh Institute of Music Technology in 1999. ( and