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Dena DeRose Celebrates I Can See Clearly Now with Appearances and New York Times Feat. December 6, 2000

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Singer-Pianist Dena DeRose Celebrates I Can See Clearly Now with Appearances and New York Times Feature.



Sharp 9 Records recording artist Dena DeRose is pleased to announce that she will be profiled by Terry Teachout in the New York Times Arts and Leisure section, Sunday December 24th, 2000.



Dena will also be featured in the February issue of Down Beat magazine in its Players section.



To celebrate the release of her new Sharp 9 CD, I Can See Clearly Now, Dena will be making NYC appearances at SMOKE on December 15th and 16th and at the Blue Note on January 1st.



Dena DeRose arrived in New York City from her native Binghamton, NY in 1992.



Her formal piano training began at the age of three after her mother heard her pick out melodies on a toy chord organ. She studied classical music through her early teens and in high school began to explore other styles of music. In college she fell in love with jazz and began to build a career as a jazz pianist, performing with such well-known artists as legendary bassists Major Holley and Slam Stewart.



In the mid-1980

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