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Here comes a young man in his 20s that has conquered the world of music in such a way that only a few can follow. He is a popular singer, songwriter, arranger, pop-jazz pianist, and instrumentalist, he is the youngest musician ever to claim the top spot on Billboard's Jazz chart, he is one of the top five selling jazz artists of 2003, he is the youngest person to ever play the famed Oak Room of New York City's Algonquin Hotel, he is named one of People magazine's Sexist Men Alive, and he has it all what a true should have.
The man in focus is none other than Peter Cincotti who is powerhouse of talent and charisma. We follow this super musician and his life and work as he is someone who will soon become the most sought after celebrity of music world.
Hailed by The New York Times as one of the most promising singer-pianists of the next generation, Peter Cincotti has a perfect combination of old world charisma and new age charm. Born on July 11, 1983 in New York City, Peter Cincotti had a typical Manhattan style childhood.
Having done attended music from rock concerts at Madison Square Garden to jazz clubs to Broadway shows, his romance with music started that what you think. According to him, his first musical inspiration was a toy piano he got as a gift. Cincotti began taking piano lessons at the age of four.
When he was only 7 years old, he was introduced to Harry Connick, Jr. in Atlantic City. He studied classical piano at the Manhattan School of Music and also took jazz piano lessons from Ellis Marsalis and other teachers. Having learned so much at such an early age, it was just natural for Peter to start his professional career even before entering in his teenage.
Just twelve years of age, Peter Cincotti turned professional and began playing in clubs in New York. In 1999, he began singing to his own accompaniment and toured with Connick Jr. In 2000, he appeared at the Montreux Jazz Festival and won a prize in a piano competition.
The year 2001 saw him performing in the off-Broadway production of Our Sinatra. He also graduated from the Horace Mann School in the same year and enrolled as a freshman at Columbia University.
He studied with renowned jazz masters David Finck and James Williams. Having done gigs regularly at top clubs throughout Manhattan and getting applause for his impeccable art, the young boy really made it big when he reached eighteen.
It was on February 2002 when Cincotti became the youngest performer to headline at the prestigious Oak Room of the Algonquin Hotel in New York. The day marked the coming of the new music sensation and today we have a talented star and musician who has rocked every place and event be it a 2004 Playboy Jazz Festival or White House. His hard work and tiring efforts can be seen through his supremely executed albums that are being praised everywhere by everyone.
Almost all of the Cincotti work is filled with stellar interpretations of jazz standards. However, he also winds his way through a variety of styles with some funky, contemporary and infectious twists that truly match the standards of music audience. His first presence in the music world was through My Favorite Time of Year that was released in 2003.
His debut came in the same year under the label of Concord Jazz. Produced by Phil Ramone, this self-titled debut was the labor of love of this nineteen years old ambitious and talented artist. With it, he reached No. 1 on the Billboard Traditional Jazz Charts and instantly made history by becoming the youngest solo artist to do so.
After the super success of first album, his second outing On the Moon was released in 2004 that became an instant favorite of critics and listeners. With songs like The Girl for Me Tonight and He's Watching, the album debuted at number two on Billboard's Jazz Charts in late 2004.
It also earned Cincotti his first gold record in France and was supported by a successful worldwide tour that added more names to his fan base. A Warner Bros released Goodbye Philadelphia added more feathers to his cap and gave rise to his already high-sky popularity.
The latest offering from this powerhouse of talent is East of Angel Town. Released in early 2008, the album marks Cincotti's first work of all original material. His songs tell stories woven into melodies that are both individual and universal. The album blends different musical styles like pop, rock, blues, funk and jazz that make its reach much wider than any of his previous works.
The punchy and dynamic sound boosts of great tracks like Angel Town, Be Careful, Goodbye Philadelphia and Cinderella Beautiful. He has given a sound that is simultaneously classic and modern and this is what he is famous for.
Besides this, the label Monster has also released a DVD video of his performance tilted Live in New York, but we suggest watching the man live as there is nothing like his live magical performances.
Cincotti represents a new sophistication with his relaxed but polished look. His percussive piano playing and rich vocals infuse each song with a startling energy and he exhibit such impressive breath control and mastery of dynamics that is quite rare among the current lot of musicians.
He is not just a pianist or singer but a whole entertainment franchise in the making. Just listen to him live and you will not restrict yourself falling in love with his inimitable style and soulful melody. Adding this is a voice that is reminiscent of the best singers of the past.
This man has all you desire in a good artist. So, If you really ant to have a good time, then check this young man as he is rocking the audience at a theatre near you. Enjoy the best of music with the best pianist around.