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Piano Extravaganza Closing Concert
Newport Music Festival 2013
Performance of the Month

   On Demand Weekend

Downtown Piano Works presents Alexander Kobrin in Concert

   On Demand Weekend

Geoffrey Keezer with Gillian Margot (Set 1)
Performance of the Month

   On Demand Weekend

Geoffrey Keezer with Gillian Margot (Set 2)
Performance of the Month

   On Demand Weekend

A Night at the Copa
Featuring Mark O’Toole

   

Roberto Plano in Concert
2015 Newport Music Festival

   On Demand Weekend

Frederic Chiu
Celebrating 25 Years with Yamaha
Performance of the Month

   On Demand Weekend

Tribute to Las Vegas Legends

   

The Las Vegas Songbook for Lovers featuring Mark Verabian and His Martinis

   

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NEW! Carmen Lundy
2013 Monterey Jazz Festival

  

Monterey County Fairgrounds
2000 Fairground Road
Monterey, CA 93940

Carmen Lundy began her career at the age of six with her first piano lessons in her hometown of Miami, Florida. As a young adult, Lundy attended the University of Miami in 1978 as an Opera major where she was introduced to the Miami jazz scene. She found her true talents as a jazz artist there and graduated with one of the first degrees in Studio Music and Jazz. Lundy then moved to New York City where she began making an impression working in multiple jazz circles, at a time when there were very few gifted, aspiring jazz vocalists. Lundy has been critically acclaimed by publications such as the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and the Washington Post. Her accomplishments also include several Top 10 albums on JazzWeek, a #3 spot on Billboard's Jazz Chart, and publishing over 60 songs resulting in the first publication of the Carmen Lundy Songbook.
Carmen Lundy began her career at the age of six with her first piano lessons in her hometown of Miami, Florida. As a young adult, Lundy attended the University of Miami in 1978 as an Opera major where she was introduced to the Miami jazz scene. She found her true talents as a jazz artist there and graduated with one of the first degrees in Studio Music and Jazz. Lundy then moved to New York City where she began making an impression working in multiple jazz circles, at a time when there were very few gifted, aspiring jazz vocalists. Lundy has been critically acclaimed by publications such as the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and the Washington Post. Her accomplishments also include several Top 10 albums on JazzWeek, a #3 spot on Billboard's Jazz Chart, and publishing over 60 songs resulting in the first publication of the Carmen Lundy Songbook.