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Pianist Paul Cornish was born and raised in Houston, studying classical piano from the age of five.

He moved to Los Angeles to study at USC and is a graduate student at the Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz Performance at UCLA

On his LiveStream from Aug. 6, 2020, Paul Cornish displays impressive technique, a bright and swinging style, and his own voice on the piano.

He performs Benny Golson’s “Along Came Betty,” and Dave Brubeck’s “Strange Meadowlark,” improvises over a repeated fragment of Billie Holiday’s “I’ll Be Seeing You” (definitely an acquired taste), engages in an exploration of “Blowing In The Wind,” performs wo songs in which he interacts with a spoken word tape, and plays some originals; Paul Cornish is certainly an up-and-coming talent.

– Scott Yanow

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