Andy Wasserman’s Livestream Listening Experience: Solo Piano Every Sunday
Contemporary jazz pianist and composer Andy Wasserman draws on an astonishingly diverse range of experiences in the music industry as a life-long professional concert artist. As of April 2021, Andy has presented over 40 weekly livestream solo piano concerts in his “The Listening Experience” series.
Performed on a beautifully restored 1924 Steinway “M” Grand piano, Wasserman features original compositions and inspired improvisations. Tune in, join the upbeat vibes and let this LIVE music rejuvenate you!
Andy Wasserman’s “The Listening Experience” Livestream takes place every Sunday – “Sound-Day” – a great day to chill and listen. Watch for free worldwide at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT on his official website and Roku Channel. If you miss the livestream, you can easily view the playlist archive of past concerts available video-on-demand 24/7 on his livestream page and on his YouTube Channel.
Two of Andy Wasserman’s albums, Flowers and The Seven Vertical Scales received nominations from SoloPiano.com for 2020 Jazz Album of The Year. He also has various instrumental performances and recordings on national and international TV networks, radio and film productions.
“Wasserman produced forays into the bright, the glimmering, the burning, the clouded-over, icy and distant, with use of falling phrases over shifting, widely gripped harmonies as well as blues-drenched, ringing major sevenths, ninths and elevenths conjured thoughts of Bill Evans and Herbie Hancock. While feelings of unity can be subjective, the rolling complexities in Wasserman’s works are beautifully, almost mystically woven together. More so, much of the pianist’s repertoire is built on his mastery of George Russell’s Lydian Chromatic Concept of Tonal Organization (indeed, Wasserman was certified by Russell to teach it).”
– New York City Jazz Record Magazine, January 2021 – NY@Night Livestream solo piano concert review.
Wasserman’s 20th studio album, Peregrination, is out now! The album features seven new original solo piano compositions, resonating with the intention to uplift and inspire the listener on their own inner journey, a mysterious and magnetic pilgrimage to the center of the heart. This contemporary jazz music is structured on a foundation of Wasserman’s four decades of work as editorial assistant and certified instructor of George Russell’s Lydian Chromatic Concept of Tonal Organization.
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