Dawn Clement

The musical delicacy and vivaciousness of pianist/composer Dawn Clement has been heard in some of the world's most premier venues including Carnegie Hall, Le Conservatoire Superieur in Paris, and Seattle's Benaroya Hall, as well as numerous clubs (including Sweet Rhythm and Tonic), art museums, and theaters. Dawn has also toured the U.S. with a number of projects including the Sabella Consort (2000-2003), the Rubin/Clement Piano Dialogues (2000-2002), for which she received a King County Arts Commission Grant (2002), and Jane Ira Bloom.

In August of 2003, Dawn released her first album, Hush, on Conduit Records. Other highlights include performing at the Kennedy Center (Washington D.C.) as one of the top five finalists in the Mary Lou Williams Jazz Piano Competition(2006), an invitation to compete at the 3rd International Martial Solal Jazz Piano Competition in Paris, France (2002), Earshot Jazz awards for “Best Emerging Artist” (2000), “Best Jazz Quartet” and “Best album” for her performance with the legendary trombonist Julian Priester (In Deep End Dance 2003), and a nomination for “Earshot Jazz Record of the Year” (2004) for Hush. She has performed with such notable artists as Pharaoh Sanders, Edmonia Jarrett, Nancy King, Ingrid Jensen, Louis Moutin, Hadley Caliman, Buddy Catlett, John Clayton, Ron Steen, Chuck Deardorf, Reed Whitwell, Mercer Ellington, Jane Ira Bloom, Bobby Previte, and Herbie Hancock.

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Piano

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Albums

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Origin Records
2008
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Hush
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Conduit Records
2003
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