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Justin Kauflin

Justin Kauflin is an award-winning American jazz pianist, composer, producer, educator and Quincy Jones Artist. He performs worldwide, has recorded on 31 albums, composed the film score for the critically acclaimed documentary Keep On Keepin On, published 51 original compositions, produced 4 albums as leader and is on faculty for several jazz camps.

Born March 10, 1986 in Silver Spring, MD, Justin began music at age 4 with Suzuki violin. After a decade of classical violin and piano, he switched to jazz piano in high school at the Governor's School for Performing Arts (VA) studying with Liz Barnes and Old Dominion University's John Toomey

Crossing the Water

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: Crossing the Water I, Lorac Waltz, Wistful Gaze, Remembering the Rain, Crossing the Water II

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Wistful Gaze

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Duration: 04:39

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Left of Center: Crossing the Water

Read "Crossing the Water" reviewed by Nicholas F. Mondello

Whether the title of this album, the performing group's name, or its leader's surname have additional meaning is positively irrelevant because this performance is a winner. It is a bassist-led trio album offering engaging sonic textures which spin and entice throughout. The title cut sends things into up-tempo action with Justin Kauflin's keyboard ...

Christmas Candy EP

Label: Justin Kauflin Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: Let It Snow
Silent Night
Winter Wonderland
I'll Be Home for Christmas
Sleigh Ride
White Christmas
Silent Night II Silent Night II

Coming Home

Label: Justin Kauflin Music
Released: 2018
Track listing: Coming Home, Looking Forward, Pendulum, Transition, Lost, Country Fried, John My Beloved, Present Day, Strawberry Fields, Somethin' Somethin', Somethin' Somethin' Revisited, The Carousel, Strawberry Fields Solo

Synesthesia

Label: Storyville Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Synesthesia; Lost; It’s All Right With Me; For No One; Panic Attack; Waiting; Semiosis; Nigerian Marketplace; Skybound; Catwalk.

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Lost

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Label: Justin Kauflin Music
Released: 2018
Duration: 05:21

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Brian McCarthy: The Better Angels of Our Nature

Read "The Better Angels of Our Nature" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Sassofonista e arrangiatore, insegnante all'Università del Vermont, Brian McCarthy è anche un appassionato di storia e ha pensato di realizzare un concept album ispirato alla guerra civile americana, presentando due suoi brani e sette temi dell'epoca arrangiati per medio organico. In questo nonet troviamo veterani come il trombettista Bill Mobley (già con Harold ...

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Gilmore Keyboard Festival

Read "Gilmore Keyboard Festival" reviewed by John Ephland

Gilmore Keyboard Festival Kalamazoo, Michigan April 25 to May 12, 2018 Thursday night is always the second night of the biennial Gilmore Keyboard Festival. Thursday night is also the first night for jazz, the festival putatively a classical music rollout with jazz confections, albeit well-considered, strewn throughout this 22-day cultural jewel based ...


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