American Pianists Awards LIVE!

Caelan Cardello - January 28, 2023

Late Set

Early Set
 

Finalist Caelan Cardello performs solo piano and trio as part the world’s biggest jazz competition. Live from the Jazz Kitchen in Indianapolis on Saturday, January 28.

Upcoming livestream schedule: 

 2023

February 25 - Isaiah J. Thompson Premiere Series at the Jazz Kitchen, Indianapolis

April 21 - Club Finals at the Cabaret, Indianapolis

April 22 - Gala Finals at Hilbert Circle Theatre, Indianapolis

 

Previously: 

December 3, 2022 Thomas Linger | Late Set

December 3, 2022 Thomas Linger | Early Set

November 5, 2022 Paul Cornish | Late Set

November 5, 2022 Paul Cornish | Early Set

September 24, 2022 Esteban Castro | Late Set

September 24 Esteban Castro | Early Set

May 25: Dizzy's Club Jazz at Lincoln Center | Late Set

May 25: Dizzy's Club Jazz at Lincoln Center | Early Set

 
 
May 25, 2022 was the debut showcase of the five finalists of the 2023 American Pianist Awards – Caelan Cardello, Esteban Castro, Paul Cornish, Thomas Linger and Isaiah J. Thompson. Each pianist will compete for the prestigious Cole Porter Fellowship, given every four years to an American jazz pianist at the conclusion of the organization’s unique 18-month competition. The 2023 American Pianists Awards promise to be one of the most competitive yet, providing winners with cash, two years of career advancement and support (valued at over $200,000). Past winners read as a who’s who of dominant new voices on the global jazz scene: Emmet Cohen (2019), Sullivan Fortner (2015), Aaron Diehl (2011), Dan Tepfer (2007), Adam Birnbaum (2004), Aaron Parks (2001), Jesse Green (1998), Rick Germanson (1996), Kevin Bales (1994) and Jim Pryor (1992).
 

 

 
 
 
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