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Phil Aaron

Music Director In the Dance Department

UCLA

HQ Phone:  (310) 443-7000

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Los Angeles, California,90095

United States

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Bios - Doug Haining and the Twin Cities Seven - Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Phil Aaron - Piano
Phil Aaron - Piano A native of Chicago, Phil Aaron studied piano and composition at Northwestern University, Berklee School of Music and The University of Illinois. He was Music Director in The UCLA dance department for ten years, where he collaborated with numerous luminaries in the dance world. Phil has served on the faculty of Santa Monica College and The University of Minnesota. As a composer, Phil's work is featured in numerous local and national TV shows, documentaries and feature films. His TV credits include scores and title themes for the Travel Channel, the History Channel, TPT, and PBS. His documentary credits include productions for PBS, Humdinger Films, and Fox Films International. Phil has won regional Emmys for his work with PBS and ABC. He recently finished scoring the feature film Thrill Ride which will have a theatrical release in 2017. As a player, Phil has recored five CDs under his own name and has appeared on many others. He has performed with many national and international musicians, including Lee Konitz, Eric Alexander, Delfeayo Marsalis, Jim Snidero, Byron Stripling, Jim Rotondi, John Cage, Bob Sheppard, John Patitucci, Jackie Allen and Barbara Morrison. The Phil Aaron Trio has been a mainstay in the Twin Cities jazz scene for over twenty years. Famed jazz historian Leigh Kammen commented Theres new music in the air...this trio shapes and colors these music materials with crackling tempos, space, wit and taste. We are indeed fortunate to have Phil occupying the piano chair with the TC7.


Advisors @ 9 Pieces of Peace

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Phil Aaron
Phil has over 30 years of experience as a composer and keyboard player having worked extensively as a performer, studio musician, and film composer. He has five albums to his credit and once served as Music Director for UCLA's dance department. He has received local, national, and international recognition for his music scores - including numerous Tellys, International Film Festival Awards, an International Monitor Award, and an two Emmys. He recently won Best Musical Score at the Wild Rose Film Festival for his work on Darin Heinis film, The Retreat. Phil has a unique ability to compose music in virtually any style with a keen eye for the visual and emotional intent of a scene. He consistently creates compelling themes and rich soundscapes that move the images and story along. Phil spends many of his evenings jamming at the hottest jazz clubs in the Twin Cities. He enjoys camping and spending time with his wife Jeanie and their four children Paul, Amy, Jeremy and Hannah. www.aaronstokes.com


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For this program Paula will be backed by Phil Aaron, piano; Steve Pikal, bass; and Nathan Norman, drums.
Pianist Phil Aaron is a beloved musician at the core of the Twin Cities jazz scene. Drawing inspiration from Bill Evans, Cedar Walton, Tommy Flanagan, Keith Jarrett, and many others, he has built a deep repertoire of original and classic jazz tunes that highlight a swinging approach to jazz classics and standards. Phil attended the Berklee School of Music and the University of Illinois. He served as music director in the dance department at UCLA and also taught music at Santa Monica College. He is a preferred pianist among vocalists and national touring acts, including Frank Morgan, Byron Stripling, Bob Sheppard, Lee Konitz, Sammy Davis Jr., John Patitucci, Scott Colley, Jeff Clayton, Ray Drummond, Barbara Morrison and Jackie Allen. He has released five CDs. Between the bass and the trombone, Steve Pikal keeps very busy. He has played with the likes of Bob Hope, Artie Shaw, Cab Calloway, and Margaret Whiting. Locally, he plays with The Wolverines, The Barbary Coast Dixie band, The Twin Cities Seven, and has also played with The Hall Brothers and Butch Thompson.


The Artists' Quarter Jazz Club: Live Music in Downtown Saint Paul, MN - AQ Calendar Archive

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Pianist and Chicago native Phil Aaron attended the Berklee School of Music and the University of Illinois prior to relocating to California.
Aaron served as music director in the dance department at UCLA and also taught music at Santa Monica College. While at UCLA, Phil composed and performed for numerous local and national dance companies. Since coming to the Twin Cities, Aaron has been composing music for TV and film and performing live. Aaron is also a top sideman in the Twin Cities music scene, a favored pianist among vocalists and national touring acts. In addition to five CD releases as leader, Aaron has appeared on a number of recordings by


The Artists' Quarter Jazz Club: Live Music in Downtown Saint Paul, MN - Thursday, December 26, Phil Hey Quartet (9pm, $5)

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Pianist and Chicago native Phil Aaron attended the Berklee School of Music and the University of Illinois prior to relocating to California.
Aaron served as music director in the dance department at UCLA and also taught music at Santa Monica College. While at UCLA, Phil composed and performed for numerous local and national dance companies. Since coming to the Twin Cities, Aaron has been composing music for TV and film and performing live. Aaron is also a top sideman in the Twin Cities music scene, a favored pianist among vocalists and national touring acts. In addition to five CD releases as leader, Aaron has appeared on a number of recordings by other artists.


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