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Harold O'Neal "Piano Cinema" Launch Event - July 6 - FREE!
(Published: June 13, 2018)

Friday, July 6th from 7-9pm
Hudson Yards - NYC
Free with RSVP Only
Harold O'Neal - "Piano Cinema" Album Launch Event

Friday, July 6th from 7-9pm

SAP Next-Gen at SAP Leonardo
10 Hudson Yards, Floor 48
New York, NY 10001

Smart Casual

Free with RSVP only

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Piano Cinema is the second solo piano release for Harold O'Neal. He says it is his statement of a signature piano style that he calls by the same name. Piano Cinema was released on May 14, 2018 (Omomuki Foundation).

"Piano Cinema is how I describe my genre of music. It's equally a balance of improvisations and well thought-out compositions. Some pieces were composed and constantly reworked. While others, like 'The Magic Hour', were completely improvised. My goal is to share this vision with the world."

Harold O'Neal, a pianist, composer, actor, dancer, and speaker, hails from Kansas City, Mo. via Arusha, Tanzania. His last solo piano album, Marvelous Fantasy, marked a revival of what would seem to be a long-lost tradition of solo piano compositions, all while paving the way for his own style and sound.

Harold O'Neal - Musician, Storyteller, Renaissance Man:

"A piece of work that seems to be out there on its own. I have an idea where the music comes from, but I'm not hearing it anywhere else."
- Ben Ratliff - The New York Times

"Shows his cunning as a player..."
- Kevin Whitehead - NPR's Fresh Air

"Pianist, composer and renaissance man..."
- John Schaefer - WNYC Soundcheck

More Information: http://https://www.pianocinema.com/

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