PETER CINCOTTI

PETER CINCOTTI

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    Peter Cincotti, singer-songwriter-pianist and native New Yorker, began playing piano at
    the age of three. While in high school, he regularly performed in clubs throughout
    Manhattan and by the age of 18 was being called “one of the most promising singerpianists
    of the next generation” by the New York Times.
    In 2003, Peter’s debut album, produced by the legendary Phil Ramone, reached #1 on
    the Billboard jazz charts, making Cincotti the youngest artist ever to do so. This led to
    acclaimed performances at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, The Olympia in Paris, The
    Montreux Festival (where he won an award in their renown piano competition), Queen
    Elizabeth Hall in London, and many other prestigious venues around the world.
    Peter made his acting debut in the Kevin Spacey film Beyond The Sea, and also
    contributed to the film’s soundtrack. He then made a cameo appearance in the
    blockbuster film Spider-Man 2, and soon after became the face of Ermenegildo Zegna,
    promoting their 2004/2005 fashion campaign. His original song “December Boys”
    was featured in the Australian film December Boys, starring Daniel Radcliffe.
    In 2006, Cincotti teamed up with 14-time Grammy Award winner David Foster to
    record his first album of all original material for Warner Brothers Records entitled
    “East Of Angel Town.” His single “Goodbye Philadelphia” took the airwaves by storm
    reaching the Top Ten on radio playlists throughout Europe, and in the Spring of 2009,
    Cincotti brought the album to the United States by joining the artist Seal on his sold out
    American tour.
    Hailed as “the rebirth of cool” by Elle magazine, Peter explores musical styles that
    blend pop, rock, blues and jazz, infusing each new song he writes with originality and
    startling energy. His unparalleled piano skills and brilliantly relevant songwriting make
    Cincotti one of the most unique and socially aware artists in the music industry today, a
    sentiment that is freshly showcased on his new album “Metropolis.”
    “Working with people like David Ryan Harris (John Mayer, Dave Mathews, etc.), John
    Bettis (The Carpenters, Madonna, etc.), Jon Ingoldsby (Ke$ha, Elton John, etc.), and
    producer John Fields (Jonas Brothers, Switchfoot, Pink, etc.), opened the door to
    endless creative possibilities that allowed me to execute a vision without musical
    boundaries or limitations,” says Cincotti.
    “I wanted to make a record that could be played anywhere from a dance club to your
    living room and still feel unified. The songs themselves blend many genres and styles
    together, and explore themes of loss, change, sex, and love, with a musical atmosphere
    that revolves around the piano – as with everything I do.”

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