Home of Jazz, blues, rock piano in New York and on Long Island About David E. Feldman's music
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About My Music

I would LOVE to entertain for your event, bar, restaurant, hotel and guests!

I play piano/keyboards and sing music from Sinatra era and jazz to rock from the 50s, 60s and 70s to blues, to more recent music like Adele, Jason Mraz and Bruno Mars.

I grew up playing the baby grand piano in my parents home and singing as a featured soloist in religious school. My father, Lawrence L. Feldman, was a classically trained woodwind (sax, clarinet and flute) player and sought after as a teacher. and was also an outstanding jazz musician. My aunts Molly, Bea and Kate were also outstanding musicians.

As a teenager in the 70s, I played piano and guitar and sang a bit with local rock bands and attended a creative arts camp where I met and jammed with many fine musicians and singers.

In the late 70s, I began playing blues and jazz flute with friends, as part of duos and in blues groups in New Jersey.

In recent years, I have studied piano with master teacher and Ph.d. Mark Polishook, and played with the fine bass player Anton Taylor.

Influences include: Fats Waller, Art Tatum, Oscar Peterson, Bill Evans, Chick Corea, Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong and many others.

Recent and upcoming gigs include: the Tilles Centre - opening for John Pizzarelli and Ramsey Lewis; Davinci’s Restaurant in Island Park, an art show at St. John’s Church in Southampton, a charity event at LB Social in Long Beach, The Allegria Hotel, the Long Beach VFW Hall, the Long Beach Historical Society (with the Not Just Ragtime Jazz Band), a number of senior facilities and many many private parties.

Time can be booked, either for gigs or to speak by phone by clicking here. For information, availability and pricing, please email: davidfeldmanjazzbluespiano@gmail.com or call 516-279-9251.

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