Before embarking on her musical career, NYC based jazz pianist and composer Leslie Pintchik taught English literature (as a teaching assistant) at Columbia University, where she also received her Master of Philosophy degree in seventeenth-century English literature. While in graduate school, she decided to change course in an effort to give music a larger place in her life. After some years of study, jam sessions and local restaurant gigs, Leslie surfaced on the Manhattan scene in a trio with legendary bassist Red Mitchell at Bradley's. Red chose Leslie (along with guitarist Scott Hardy) for the warmth and powerful interplay he heard in their music, after hearing a tape of them playing together as a duo. Red Mitchell wrote Leslie Pintchik and Scott Hardy play miraculous music - in tune in all ways. And you can quote me on that....
In the Nature of ThingsPintch Hard Records
We're Here To ListenPintch Hard Records
We're Here To ListenSelf Produced
Leslie Pintchik: QuartetsAmbient Records
So Glad To Be HereAmbient Records
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