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Ron Hart received his BFA in Music Composition from Ohio University and continued his post-graduate work in Composition and Film Scoring at UCLA in 1978. Ron has played and recorded with a variety of music artists, beginning at age 19 with Dionne Warwick. His work as a jazz pianist continued with saxophonists Sonny Stitt and Richie Cole, bebop guitarist Bill deArango (Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker), trumpeter Harry “Sweets” Edison (Count Basie), bassist/producer Larry Klein (Joni Mitchell, Herbie Hancock), Jorge Strunz (Strunz & Farah), South Indian violinist L. Subramaniam and many others. In 1981 ShadowLight Records released the Landress/Hart Group’s LP, “Dancing Moments,” a jazz/fusion album featuring Ron on piano and keyboards

April in Paris

Label: PureBeam Music
Released: 2011


Curacao North Sea Jazz Festival: Sept. 2-3, 2011

Read "Curacao North Sea Jazz Festival: Sept. 2-3, 2011" reviewed by R.J. DeLuke

Curacao North Sea Jazz FestivalWorld Trade CenterCuracaoSept. 2-3, 2011 The island of Curacao, in the Caribbean Sea, is an exotic place of sun and fun, and maybe the last place to expect a jazz festival. Then again, why not? Jazz music is all over the world, and festivals are global. ...


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