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Charu Suri: Lollipops for Breakfast

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It is a funny word, “lollipop." A melodious roll of the tongue terminated by two percussive “P" sounds separated by one puff of air, ended by another. A musical word, occasionally showing up as an integral part of a song: “Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows," Leslie Gore's 1963 pop hit; 1958's “Lollipop" by the Chordettes; 1956's “My ...

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Take Five with Charu Suri

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About Charu Suri

Born in South India, Charu Suri started playing the piano at the age of five, and also studied the veena as well as Carnatic music (vocals). A concert pianist since the age of nine, Suri has performed in several venues in India, including Chennai, Mumbai and Delhi, as well as in ...

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Charu Suri

Formed in the spring of 2018, the trio consists of Charu Suri on the piano, J. Brunka on the double bass, and Jay O'Brien on the drums. The ensemble has received praise for its renditions of standards and original music. Its debut album, "Lollipops for Breakfast," with original music composed by Suri, debuts soon. Charu Suri has been playing the piano since the age of five, and won an international piano competition at the age of 15. She has a Piano Performance certificate from Princeton University, where she received her undergraduate degree, and a Master’s in Music from the Manhattan School of Music. Her piece for chamber orchestra, “The Shield of Achilles” was performed by the Princeton University Chamber Ensemble