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Pianist Luis Perdomo was born in Caracas, Venezuela and developed so quickly as a musician that when he was just 12, he was already playing on television and radio.

When he was 22 in 1993, Perdomo moved to New York and began studying at the Manhattan School of Music where he graduated in 1997; along the way he also studied with Harold Danko and Sir Roland Hanna.

Since that time, the pianist has appeared on over 200 records, worked with such notables as Miguel Zenon, Dave Douglas, David Sanchez, Tom Harrell, Steve Turre, Ray Barretto, Brian Lynch, and Conrad Herwig, and been a member of the Ravi Coltrane quartet for ten years.

On his LiveStream of June 27, 2020, Luis Perdomo (on electric piano) plays duets with bassist Mimi Jones (who has been a significant force as a player and the head of her own label during the past 20 years) on a Horace Silver blues and a few originals, taking a sophisticated ballad as a solo piece on keyboard.

The music is straight ahead and swinging yet modern, helping to define the mainstream of jazz today.

– Scott Yanow

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June 27, 2020 – With Mimi Jones

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