Don Rebic's fluid, unostentatious piano behind the duo adroitly bridges every stylistic and generational gap.” - Stephen Holden

New York Times

There is a new Christmas song written by Don Rebic, who is a great musician, and I heard him do it in a club in Brooklyn one night and I asked him for a copy. I'm doing it in my show, and people come up to me and say, 'Oh my God, what is that song?'” - Michael Feinstein

[Karen Akers] certainly makes audience members feel like they’re being treated to a swank party in her living room, where she and pianist/musical director Don Rebic just happen to be ready to entertain with an assortment of nearly two dozen playful songs that emphasize the cleverness and panache of Cole Porter’s lyrics.” - Jay Handelman


What are you looking forward to most about going on the road again with Leslie Uggams? What makes you such a great team? I’ve been Leslie’s music director for over 20 years and her ability to choose material that works for her with my input as an arranger is a relationship that I treasure. We click on a level that is difficult to put into words. Read the full Call Me Adam interview with Don here  ”

Call Me Adam, as seen in The New York Times

Leslie Uggams dazzled the audience at The Apollo in her one-woman, autobiographical musical performance, 'Uptown/Downtown,' which was part of the theater's annual celebration of Broadway...Ms. Uggams was accompanied by a quintet of talented musicians led by Piano Conductor Don Rebic." ” - Marina Kennedy