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Schedule *

The Piano Guys
DisklavierTV debut!
Performance of the Month

   On Demand Weekend

Brian Simpson
Festival of Arts 2016
(Set 1)

   On Demand Weekend

Finals - Orchestra Round
2018 Alaska International
Piano-e-Competition

Performance of the Month

   On Demand Weekend

Su Yeon Kim (South Korea), 3rd Prize
2018 Alaska International
Piano-e-Competition

   On Demand Weekend

Timur Mustakimov (Russia), 2nd Prize
2018 Alaska International
Piano-e-Competition

   On Demand Weekend

KaJeng Wong (Hong Kong), 1st Prize
2018 Alaska International
Piano-e-Competition

   On Demand Weekend

The Hot Sardines
Performance of the Month

   On Demand Weekend

Carol Welsman (Set 1)

   On Demand Weekend

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Karrin Allyson

  

Musical Instrument Museum
4725 E Mayo Blvd
Phoenix, AZ 85050

Four-time GRAMMY-nominated singer and pianist Karrin Allyson is one of the most talented jazz artists of her time. Audiences are captivated by the warmth and depth of her sound, as well as her ease and authority performing classics from the Great American Songbook of Gershwin and Porter, and the Great Jazz Songbook of Duke, Thelonious, Miles, and Dizzy. Allyson's repertoire includes singing in a variety of languages--including French, Portuguese, Italian and Spanish--and multiple different genres--such as blues, bebop, samba, ballads, jazz standards, and more. This uncut, unedited performance was originally broadcast live on October 26, 2013, from Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, AZ.
Four-time GRAMMY-nominated singer and pianist Karrin Allyson is one of the most talented jazz artists of her time. Audiences are captivated by the warmth and depth of her sound, as well as her ease and authority performing classics from the Great American Songbook of Gershwin and Porter, and the Great Jazz Songbook of Duke, Thelonious, Miles, and Dizzy. Allyson's repertoire includes singing in a variety of languages--including French, Portuguese, Italian and Spanish--and multiple different genres--such as blues, bebop, samba, ballads, jazz standards, and more. This uncut, unedited performance was originally broadcast live on October 26, 2013, from Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, AZ.