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Andy Quin

Born in London. Classically trained, started playing jazz at 8 years of age. Many concerts and gigs over 25 years as a professional. Played and recorded with many of the UK'S leading jazz musicians including Guy Barker, Stan Sulzmann, Steve Sidwell, Roy Williams and many more. Best known for jazz compositions for Tv, advertising and film. Please see website for more details.


Giant Steps

Featuring the music of Andy Quin
Duration: 4:54

Andy Quin improvises on John Coltrane's Giant Steps Live in concert at Cadogan Hall, London.

Take Five With Andy Quin

Read "Take Five With Andy Quin" reviewed by Andy Quin

Meet Andy Quin:Born in London, Andy started playing the piano at the age of four and aspired to be a concert pianist. He had given his first radio and TV broadcasts by the age of eleven; however, in his early teens, an interest in composition sparked a change of direction and although continuing classical ...

' The Piano Trio'

Label: dewolfe Music
Released: 2003

Four Minus One

Label: CBS/Sony
Released: 1988

Videotronics Two

Label: CBS/Sony
Released: 1987


Label: CBS/Sony
Released: 1986


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