Carlos Homs is a keyboardist/composer/producer from New York City. Born in 1986 to parents from Puerto Rico, Carlos began studying music at 11 years old and studied Jazz at the NJPAC Jazz For Teens program in Newark, NJ. As an alumnus of Berklee College of Music and New School University, Carlos has gone on to perform, tour and record with hip-hop, pop and jazz artists including Reggie Workman, Steve Lehman, Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Bernard Purdie, DJ Premier, Peter Evans, Brady Watt, The Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra, Esperanza Spalding and many others. He is a featured performer Peter Evan’s Ghosts, Steve Lehman’s Sélébéyone, Kim Thompson’s Treasures Abound and others as well as having an album with his trio ARK under the same name. Carlos was also the keyboardist for former local jam-band MUN playing festivals and venues such as Farm Fest, The Catskill Chill, Brooklyn Bowl, the 8×10 (Baltimore), Garcia’s and others. He also has credits in theatre, working as a music director for Rock of Ages and Burn the Floor on the Norwegian Breakaway Cruise Ship and performing in small theatre and off-broadway productions such as The Black Nativity and Bach and Bleach. His debut album will be released on Fresh Sounds New Talent Records in 2020 with his trio, ‘The Theory Conspiracy’. He is currently working with producer/bassist Brady Watt on an album for Papoose and with DJ Premiere for an album with Jill Scott.