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Jazz Pianist John Crawford Live on Tour

john crawford in cyprusSuperb Latin and Jazz pianist John Crawford will tour Cyprus starting tonight at Notos Bar in Pafos.


Friday 29 of April Live @ Notos Bar, Pafos, 22:00
for information & reservations: 26 939616

Saturday 30 of April Live @ Iniochos (Ex-Half Note), Limassol, 22:30
for information & reservations: 25 740040

‘Jazzy Brunch’
Sunday 1st of May Live @ Caprice Restaurant, Londa, Limassol, 13:00

For information & reservations: 25 865540

Monday 2 of May Live @ RED, Nicosia, 21:00 (early start)
for information & reservations: 22 767711

Entrance for all events: 10 Euros available at the doors

Indisputably one of the most fascinating and charismatic pianists to emerge on the Jazz scene in the past few years, Crawford will be touring with a star-studded group that sets the standard for the jazz piano quartet of today.

Few artists have the virtuosity and the tremendous gift, to captivate their audience from the word go as Crawford does. Crawford’s arrangements, his deft piano playing and his exhilarating stage presence have established him as one of the most sought after musicians.

In the Latin scene he has collaborated with percussion legends from Airto Moreira, Giovanni Hidalgo to Frankie Morales (Tito Puente’s last singer). As a jazz pianist he has performed with many prominent jazz artists ranging from Jason Yarde, to Gilad Atzmon. Crawford has also worked with artists from the pop world such as Bjork, Tanita Tikarem, Rui Veloso and Babyface.

John Crawford was born in London of English/Spanish Parents. His father played Blues piano, and this is the first thing he learnt to play. His mother would introduce him to Latin music of all kinds, and he has gone on to perform at Montreal Jazz Festival, North Sea Jazz Festival, Getxo Jazz Festival, Ronnie Scotts, Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, the 606 club, and Royal Albert Hall amongst others.

In the Latin world he has worked with percussion legends Airto Moreira and Giovanni Hidalgo, Eumir Deodato, Ed Motta, Tito Allen, Herman Oliveira, Henry Fiol, Luis Felipe Gonzalez, Frankie Morales (Tito Puentes last singer), Jimmy Bosch, Bobby Matos, Adalberto Santiago, Luisito Carrion, Mariano Civico, Cano Estremera, Jack Costanzo, Nancy Abalos and Carlos Irigoyen, Maelo Ruiz, Johnny Blas, Jesus Alemany's Cubanismo, Orlando Watusi and Danny Silva, as well as UK based artists like Snowboy, Guida da Palma and Jazzinho, Negrocan, Sirius B, Manteca, Shantijazzworld, Nois, Liliana Chachian, Gustavo Marques, Jandira Silva, Mr Hermano, Orquesta La Clave, Roberto Pla, Robin Jones, Samara and Viramundo. He is also a founder member of the popular band Grupo X.

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