Ted Rosenthal, pianist/composer
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Versatile pianist/composer Ted Rosenthal has enjoyed a diverse professional career since gaining national attention as the winner of the second annual Thelonious Monk International Piano Competition in 1988. A busy sideman who has toured with the likes of Gerry Mulligan and Art Farmer, Rosenthal has also performed extensively with orchestras around the country, including the Boston Pops. His discography includes nine recordings as a leader/co-leader, featuring high-profile collaborators like Bob Brookmeyer, Ron Carter, Bill Higgins, and Matt Wilson among many others. He is also on faculty at the Manhattan School of Music and New School University, an active clinician, and regular contributor to piano-related publications.
Ted Rosenthal
Pianist Ted Rosenthal's latest releases reveal an expert craftsman and an inventive artist who is most capable when expanding and interweaving circumscribed genres and styles.
— Elliott Simon, AllAboutJazz-New York
Rosenthal's level of technique and musicianship is top notch and brings new and refreshing interpretations of jazz standards
— Craig W. Hurst, JazzReview.com
Rosenthal musters considerable flair, power and beauty... scores big with two-handed artfulness, ideas galore and abundant technique.
— Nancy Ann Lee, Jazz Times
A pianist of rare insight and personality. I am particularly taken with his lovingly historical grasp of jazz piano's panoply.
— Richard Palmer, Jazz Journal
His classically modernist take on Powell and Evans fits hand-in-glove with the improvised Beethoven.
— Mark Corroto, AllAboutJazz.com
There aren't many modern jazz pianists more dexterous than Mr. Rosenthal...
— Nate Chinen, New York Times
There aren't many modern jazz pianists more dexterous than Mr. Rosenthal...
— Nate Chinen, New York Times
Rhapsody In Gershwin
Ted Rosenthal Trio
Ted Rosenthal Trio
Out Of This World
Ted Rosenthal Trio
Ted Rosenthal Trio
Those Times
Michael Musillami Quartet
The Three B's
Ted Rosenthal
Ted Rosenthal/Dennis Irwin/Matt Wilson