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Lynne Arriale Solo Piano

Her remarkable career is defined by her love of melody, joy of musical discovery and willingness to remain emotionally exposed, making her performances so accessible to music lovers.  From quirky excursions through Monk and high-spirited originals to the intimacy of ballads, an evening of solo jazz piano with Lynne Arriale brings the audience into 'the magic of the moment.

She belongs among the poets. Truly distinctive, her improvisationsweave a seductive combination of lyricism and muscle...  –TheLondon Times

Lynne Arriale's Solo

  • Named one of the top CDs of 2012 by JAZZIZ Magazine
  • Irish Times – 4 stars

  • Named Best CD of 2012 – Bird’s the Worm

  • #28 National Jazz Week Radio

  • Pick of the Week - EMusic

  The Lynne Arriale Trio

Comparing her ensemble to the great trios of Bill Evans and Keith Jarrett, critics have praised Lynne's singular voice as a pianist, leader, composer, and arranger.

The finest American trio on the loose at the moment. –London Times

The trio has obviously attained the level ofcommunication paramount to all great threesomes. –JAZZIZ Magazine

The Lynne Arriale Trio covers the gamut from The Great American Songbook to Thelonious Monk and from The Beatles to Blondie, interwoven with Lynne's own melodic compositions. Known for their signature sound, creative interplay, and joyous enthusiasm, Lynne and her musicians seemed to be inventing out of a shared metabolism. –The Boston Globe

Lynne Arriale fronts an impressive power trio. She pinpoints a song's power, majesty, and soul simultaneously. –Jazz Week

The Lynne Arriale Quartet

With a style that is vibrant and hard-driving, yet lyrical and intimate, the Lynne Arriale Quartet provides an exhilarating musical experience that touches hearts and minds. Long admired for her piano trio magic, leading her quartet has launched Lynne on a high-arcing trajectory with her stunning originals and reimagined covers, combining world music inspirations including Celtic, Americana, Middle-Eastern, and Balkan, as well as pop and rock influences. Adding a horn further expands the emotional energy and sonic palette of her music.
Arriale cruises on the flow of an ensemble's activity with a succinctness and drive reminiscent of Herbie Hancock with Miles Davis... –The Guardian (UK)

There may be no jazz artist working today who brings a broader spectrum of musical ideas to the connection of mind and heart.  – Jazz Police
I really can't compare her to anyone. Her music transcends the word 'jazz' - it is just pure music. –Collaborator and multi-Grammy winner Randy Brecker