Pianist and chamber musician Margarita Rovenskaya has performed extensively in the US and abroad, with recitals in community venues as well as Weill Recital Hall in Carnegie Hall and Steinway Hall.
Fresh from a recent West Coast Tour, including a sold out show (and a standing ovation) at the popular new venue The Sound Room in Oakland, CA, Vicki Burns returns to the iconic Greenwich Village v...
Founding member and artistic director of eclectic new music and improv collective Wolf’s Gang, violist Alexandra Honigsberg hosted Cornelia St. Café’s summer 2014 ViolaFest!, debuted at Serial Unde...
A versatile musician, Riko Higuma is a highly sought-after piano collaborator and a sensitive chamber musician, performing with the world’s leading artists throughout the United States, Europe, Rus...
New singer, songwriter, pianist from Berkshire who released his debut single Bread Alone in February. Premiered on Clash Music, Bread Alone has been played on BBC Introducing and featured on blogs around the world. Bread Alone is the first song on Lorne’s debut EP Maze, which comes out in May.
Jesse Elder is a composer and pianist. His original music will be featured, first in an intimate duet setting with his wife, an extraordinary violinist. Following their duo set will be the debut of his trio, featuring all brand new compositions especially composed for the ensemble.
Jordan is a singer-songwriter-pianist who has been playing piano, singing, and acting since the age of 7. He has performed his original songs in numerous venues around New York City and London. Though his primary passion is composing new material, Jordan regularly performs jazz standards, blues, bossa nova, pop, and rock songs.
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“Passionate. Thoughtful. Always playing with care, Elchin Shirinov is a musician for us to discover and enjoy. His original compositions are exciting to listen to. The band on this recording sounds relaxed and in totally sync. Their playing together is smooth as silk and seemingly effortless. Great stuff!” Jeff Ballard