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Lola Perrin Interviewed at AAJ


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Born in New York (with Ukrainian and Hungarian roots), and educated in Switzerland, pianist Lola Perrin is now based in London. Following an early career producing soundtracks for television she went into a period of musical isolation until she launched her solo career in 2003. Ever since, she has attracted increasing attention across Europe as a performer and composer

In the autumn of 2006, on a double bill with her brother Roland, she played at Spitz on the closing night of the London Jazz Festival, to rave reviews. Her music has affinities with jazz, classical and minimalism, and is mainly inspired by visual artists. Perrin collaborates frequently with film makers, and the results are a feature of her live performances.

British AAJ correspondent John Eyles spoke with Perin about playing to images, scoring for film and television, and her two releases, Fragile Light (World Quarter Music, 2006) and Perpetual Motion (Blue Planet, 2004).

Check out Lola Perrin: Rave Music for Butterflies at AAJ today!

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