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Harold O'Neal "Piano Cinema" Launch Event On July 6 In NYC - Free!

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Harold O'Neal's “Piano Cinema"
Hudson Yards NYC
Free with RSVP Only
Album Launch Event

Date: Friday, July 6th from 7-9pm

Location:
SAP Leonardo
10 Hudson Yards, Floor 48
New York, NY 10001

Attire: Smart Casual

Admission: Free with RSVP only

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About Piano Cinema

Piano Cinema is the second solo piano release for Harold O'Neal. He says it is his statement of a signature piano style that he calls by the same name. Piano Cinema was released on May 14, 2018 (Omomuki Foundation).

“'Piano Cinema' is how I describe my genre of music. It's equally a balance of improvisations and well thought-out compositions. Some pieces were composed and constantly reworked. While others, like 'The Magic Hour', were completely improvised. My goal is to share this vision with the world."

Harold O'Neal, a pianist, composer, actor, dancer, and speaker, hails from Kansas City, Mo. via Arusha, Tanzania. His last solo piano album, Marvelous Fantasy, marked a revival of what would seem to be a long-lost tradition of solo piano compositions, all while paving the way for his own style and sound.

Praise for Harold O'Neal

“A piece of work that seems to be out there on its own. I have an idea where the music comes from, but I'm not hearing it anywhere else."—Ben Ratliff, The New York Times

“Shows his cunning as a player..."—Kevin Whitehead- NPR's Fresh Air

“Pianist, composer and renaissance man..."—John Schaefer- WNYC Soundcheck

This story appears courtesy of Scott Thompson Public Relations.
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