Yaron Gershovsky releases new CD "Personal Notes"


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Keyboardist, Composer and Arranger Yaron Gershovsky has just released his first solo CD release Personal Notes.

Since 1979, Yaron has been, and still is the musical director and pianist/keyboardist for the world renowned vocal group The Manhattan Transfer. He has toured with them worldwide ever since, and has recorded and arranged for them both vocally and instrumentally. Among his arrangements for The Manhattan Transfer is the Grammy award winning title “Why Not."

The new release features 11 original compositions with such jazz luminaries Lew Soloff, Alex Blake, Dave Mann, Steve Hass, and Mike Pope. It is available at www.yaronmusic.com

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