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Pete Malinverni's Solo Piano Performance at River Cafe

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Pete Malinverni
Don't miss this opportunity to catch one of six solo piano performances by one of New York's most inventive composers, Pete Malinverni. Pete will perform at The River Cafe, one of the most popular restaurants in NYC, which offers the best view in New York, of Lower Manhattan and the East River, including the Statue of Liberty.

Dates/Times

Sunday, September 7th
7pm-12 midnight

Wednesday, September 10th
7pm-12 midnight

Saturday, September 13th
8pm-1:00am

Sunday, September 14th
7pm-12 midnight

Saturday, September 20th
8pm-1:00am

Wednesday, September 24th
7pm-12 midnight

Restaurant Address:
The Bar at The River Cafe
1 Water Street
Brooklyn, NY
718-522-5200
No Cover Charge

About Pete Malinverni

Pete Malinverni teaches jazz piano at the Purchase College School of the Arts Conservatory of Music. He is a highly respected pianist on the local and national club scene, as well as a concert performer in the States and abroad. Mr. Malinverni's compositions have received grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Meet the Composer Foundation. Since 1993 he has served as church musician at the Devoe Street Baptist Church in Brooklyn. Resultingly, his work bears a strong influence by the music of the African-American church. In 2006, he released Joyful!, a CD/DVD live recording of his gospel/jazz compositions with ArtistShare. Mr. Malinverni received his Master of Music degree from Purchase College, and his Bachelor's degree from the Crane School of Music, SUNY Potsdam.

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