NYC Jazz Pianist Connie Crothers Plays at Berlin Jazz Festival

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One of the most incredible spontaneous jazz improvisation pianists to ever play the piano. Listen to Connie...
One of the most incredible spontaneous jazz improvisation pianists to ever play the piano. Listen to Connie tare it up at the Berlin Jazz Festival Playing Lennie Tristano's "Lennie's Pennies" (William H. Bower Inc. ASCAP) in 1980. This legendary improvisation icon is a part of the historical progression of the jazz piano from it's beginnings to this day.. having been a colleague and student of the late, great, jazz piano genius Lennie Tristano, Connie has evolved his unique synthesis of jazz piano improvisation playing into an original universe of her own and teaches others to enter their own unique playing universe of free spontaneous playing on piano, vocals and all other instruments at her Williamsburgh,BKLN NYC Loft. For info about booking Connie for gigs go to her website at *******Connie Crothers**** To see videos and concerts of Connie's incredible playing go to *******NewArtistsRecordsTV**** if you want to know about being a unique, serious musician and connecting to that original streaming core musician within, you won't want to miss the opportunity to hear her. For information about future Connie Crothers playing engagements and studying with Connie visit her website.
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