Hands on piano  

A lot of talented people out there!

And I know a lot of them. If you want more than a piano soloist, I work with the best of a variety of performers and have a great repertoire with each.

Just click on the titles to play the songs.

Vocals: Rosemary Benson

When not spellbinding people with her singing, Rosemary Benson is a highly sought after voice reader for audiobooks. Our history together goes back to 1980 and we are constantly expanding what we do. Here's some selections we recorded recently:

You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To

La Vie en Rose

Speak Low

The Nearness of You

You Don't Know Me

Honeysuckle Rose


Guitar: Allan Slutsky

In addition to our European style "Night Café" trio, Grammy-award winning Allan Slutsky partners with me on guitar for a duo specializing in instrumental versions of standards and pop favorites. Here's some live recordings of us playing at Giumarello's in Haddon Township, NJ.

I Say a Little Prayer

The Lady In My Life

Yo Le Canto Ala Luna


Saxophone: Mike Cemprola

One of the most in-demand young saxophonists on the Philadelphia scene and currently with the U.S. Airforce's Airmen of Note, Mike brought his talents on sax to our duo performances emphasizing jazz favorites. Here's some live recordings of us playing at Giumarello's in Haddon Township, NJ.

It's All Right With Me

Jitterbug Waltz

The Touch Of Your Lips

How Long Has This Been Going On

Estaté

East Of the Sun


Bass: Steve Beskrone, Craig Thomas

It's my honor to work with two of the most in-demand and experienced bass players in the tri-state area. I love having my left hand freed up with the bottom end covered by such great players! Here's some live recordings of us playing at Giumarello's in Haddon Township, NJ.


Steve Beskrone

Simone

Sister Cheryl

Sister Sadie

Craig Thomas

Bernie's Tune

I Fall In Love Too Easily

A Foggy Day


Need more than a duo? Happy to oblige!

In addition to duos, we work together in any combination for whatever musical needs there are. Here's an example of the players in a quartet setting of piano, bass, drums, and sax:
Let's Eat


Updated May 2, 2017.