Pianist (singer is a plus) required in Siem Reap, Cambodia
Status: OPEN
Posted: Sep 10, 2012 @ 9:50 am
Updated:Sep 10, 2012 @ 10:17 am
Categories:Single Musician
Genres:Blues, Classical, Classical/Contemporary, Folk, Jazz, Latin, Pop, R&B/Soul
Skills:Piano Player


Between 400 to 500 US$ per month

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Posted on March 11, 2017 @ 12:59 amLocation: Kranj (SI)Compensation: $150 #26
by Toni Fleischman Toni Fleischman is currently offline. Click to send a message.

Avalible for Autumn 2017

Kind regards!

Toni Fleischman

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Posted on October 26, 2015 @ 6:01 pmLocation: N/ACompensation: $1,500 #25
by jozeph musharbash jozeph musharbash is currently offline. Click to send a message.

I am a pianist who is able to play many kinds of music Elegantly and Professionally

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Posted on September 25, 2013 @ 5:13 amLocation: 0Compensation: $5,000 #24

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Posted on March 5, 2013 @ 7:10 pmLocation: Gretna, LA (US)Compensation: as proposed #23
by OneManBand OneManBand is currently offline. Click to send a message.
I am interested in the job you have posted on Musicians Page. Below you will find video clips of me working different venues in New Orleans French Quarter, which is a much more relaxed environment, however, I have done Rest. and Hotel work as well. Everything from concert platforms to One Man Band acts. Hope you will take a moment to view.

Thank you for taking time to watch and I do look forward to hearing from you soon.
Thanks again, Spring

phone: 504-251-8047

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Posted on September 16, 2012 @ 4:10 pmLocation: (CA)Compensation: $3,200 #22
by fingersfred fingersfred is currently offline. Click to send a message.
Can't even consider the $ figure you are offering, but here's a counter-proposal.

below are some examples of my work...




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Posted on September 16, 2012 @ 2:32 pmLocation: N/ACompensation: as proposed #21
by Thomas Aro Zebua Thomas Aro Zebua is currently offline. Click to send a message.

Dear Sir/Madam,

I am thomas from Indonesia. I am available for the gig you offered. Please check video :






Thank you for your attention, we are looking forward to hearing from you soon.

Sincerely yours,

Thomas Aro Zebua

Email : taz_ony@yahoo.co.id

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Posted on September 16, 2012 @ 2:21 pmLocation: N/ACompensation: as proposed #20
by George A Johnson Jr George A Johnson Jr is currently offline. Click to send a message.


Here is the artwork of the new album by George A George A. Johnson Jr. called TRIANGLE. George is one of the best drummers around. He also sings all lead vocals on this album. Available at itunes today!!!

View Post · May 24 at 11:36pmom

Hi ,

> This is the info I wanted you to have.
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> Thank you for your time and attention.

! Hope your having a great day. . I have written music for a episode of Felicity {TV Film }.

Best wishes. I'm a drummer and piano player. I also played drums with Mc Coy Tyner,Lou Donaldson and Mr. A.Ibrahim on tours and I have recorded with . My first CD was called Turquoise Ocean. .

I also have "George A. Johnson Jr. All Star Tribute" That is selling on itunes and it is number 1 in radio play in Canada. . You can hear some of the music on my new CD on itunes. Also check out " With Love "my newest CD. Thank you for your time I know you must be very busy.

I wish you all the best,


This is from "Smother Magazine "

George A. Johnson Jr. All Stars - All Star TributeEditor's Pick

George A. Johnson Jr. All Stars ˜ All Star Tribute

Buy it from InSound Get this on iTunes

BCS Records proudly presents „All Star Tribute‰, a truly all star jazz event. A full horn section with amazing piano players, guitarists, bassists, and drummers complement the album with wild uptempo improv jazz. Curtis Fuller loads in some juicy trombone along with fellow trombone players Wycliff Gordon and Clifford Adams. George A. Johnson Jr. is the leader of the pack showcasing not only his brilliant vocals but stellar percussion and sweet piano. In addition there‚s organist Charles Earland along with fellow pianists Shirley Scott, Rich Budese, Cedar Walton, and Abdullah Ibrahim. Wynton Marsalis takes time to show off his incredible trumpet skills. Big band jazz hasn't sounded this incredible since the early part of the 20th century

Featured Artist: George A. Johnson Jr

CD Title: George A. Johnson Jr. All Stars Band

Year: 2006

Record Label: BCS Records

Style: BeBop / Hard Bop


George A Johnson Jr., Born in Bridgeton, NJ in 1953, is a third generation drummer. Johnson Jr. began playing drums at the age of five and began playing professionally at the age of 12 in the Atlantic City music scene. As a young adult Elvin Jones and Art Blakey mentored Johnson; in fact, it was Jones who helped Johnson pick out his first set of drums.

Johnson‚s latest release is a debut on BCS Records entitled, the George Johnson Jr. All Stars Band. The release features such jazz icons as; Curtis Fuller (trombone), Ceder Walton (piano), Wynton Marsalis (trumpet), Wyclif Gordon (trombone) and Terell Stafford (trumpet). These are only a few names on this BCS debut, guaranteed to get you swinging and get your foot tapping.

The CD begins with a live performance recorded at the Montreax Jazz Festival entitled „Morgan,‰ a composition penned by organist Charles Earland, which pays homage to the late trumpeter, Lee Morgan. The tune sets an up-tempo pace for the soloist to explore upon with trumpeter Jon Faddis blowing bebop licks as Earland and Johnson keep the pulse driving. Earland contributes a fine performance rich in the tradition with a few sprinklings of modern intervallic structures for added intensity.

„Sleepy,‰ a nice mid tempo swing, set to an A-A-B-A song form with part of the melody quoting the Flintstones theme song. All of the soloist keep the bop language flowing with ample quotes of various melodies to keep the listeners interest and perhaps to continue the quoting theme that was heard earlier in the melody.

The third track is „Shaw Nuff‰ fast, with Johnson keeping the pulse light and swinging. The classic be-bop tune is eloquently performed by Shirley Scott (piano), Ed Wiley (tenor sax), Wycliff Gordon (trombone), David Phross (bass), and Terell Stafford (trumpet). „Scrapple,‰ is a be-bop inspired blues from a set with the Jazz Messengers with Johnson at the drum helm, featuring; Wynton Marsalis (trumpet), Donald Harrison (alto sax), Johnny O‚Neal (piano) and Charles Farbrough (bass).

„Little Man,‰ another feature with the Art Blakey‚s Jazz Messengers with Johnson on drums, is an up-tempo piece that leaves the land of be-bop to explore the methodology of the post-bop era. Johnson‚s solo displays both melodic rhythms and driving passion. „I Didn‚t Know What,‰ displays Johnson‚s compositional skills with the post-bop angular melody over a driving undercurrent supplied by Johnson and Farbrough. This song is definitely a highlight of the ten track journey.

Tuang Gura‰ finds Abdullah Ibrahim on piano setting up a beautiful ballad. However, Johnson‚s scorching brush work is a surprising entrance, and thus beginning the Middle Eastern influenced journey of sounds and exotic musical colors. „My Break Tune‰ and „Alice in Wonderland‰ are two more tracks recorded with the Art Blakey‚s Jazz Messengers with Johnson playing drums.

„Fly Me to the Moon,‰ features Johnson on vocals and rounds out the release with another dimension of Johnson‚s many talents.

George A Johnson Jr. has released a very enjoyable release that features an all-star line up of players, compositions and performances on BCS Records that any avid bebop to post-bebop listener would enjoy.

Tracks: Morgan, Sleepy, Shaw Nuff, Scrapple, Little Man, I Didn't Know, My Theme, Tuang Gura, My Break Tune, Alice in Wonderland, Fly Me To the Moon
Reviewed by: H. Allen Williams

June 29, 2006


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George Johnson Jr., All-Star Tribute
BCS Records, 2006

Modern big-band jazz fusion welded tight with the help of whiz-bang chops from top-dog cohorts such as Curtis Fuller on trombone, the piano blitzes of Cedar Walton, and Wynton Marsalis chipping in with his trumpet. Tutored by such drum-kit heavyweights as Elvin Jones and Art Blakey, the multi-talented Johnson has been around since the â•˙70s, recently finding himself the object of affection in the eyes of rogue acid jazz and hip-hop fans, which should come as no great shock in light of Johnsonâ•˙s progressive approach. Thereâ•˙s no arguing with an album like this; high-grade all the way, itâ•˙s comparable to the Yellowjackets in their prime, whether walking a be-bop high-wire (╲Shaw Nuff╡, dazzling the Montreax Jazz Festival with warp-speed fusion (╲Morgan╡ or cutting up some prototypical jazz (╲I Didnâ•˙t Know What,╡ an original of Johnsonâ•˙s). Outro track ╲Fly Me to the Moon╡ highlights Johnsonâ•˙s knack for

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Posted on September 11, 2012 @ 2:55 pmLocation: Sofia (BG)Compensation: $1,500 #19
by Tommy Tommy is currently offline. Click to send a message.

Hi! I am professional pianist, I was in Korea (Westin Hotels), China (Crowne Plaza) and Japan ( The Ritz Carlton). I am available after October 1st. If you interest, feel free to contact me:


Check my videos:







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Posted on September 11, 2012 @ 1:02 am
Updated on April 30, 2013 @ 4:52 am
Location: Cainta (PH)Compensation: $2,000 #18
by Lou Ignacio Villa Lou Ignacio Villa is currently offline. Click to send a message.

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Posted on September 10, 2012 @ 11:10 amLocation: Inowroclaw (PL)Compensation: as proposed #17
by Andrea Lattari Andrea Lattari is currently offline. Click to send a message.

My Name Andrea Lattari Italian Pianist Entertainer

These my Link video


Please let me know

Best Regards

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