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Angelica Sanchez

Pianist/Composer Angelica Sanchez was born in Phoenix, Arizona in 1972. From 1990-1994 she studied piano and composition at Arizona State University. Sanchez moved to New York in 1995 and has since played with: Susie Ibarra, Tim Berne, Mario Pavone, Trevor Dunn, Mark Dresser, Ed Schuller, Judy Silvano, Greg Tardy, Reggie Nicholson, George Schuller, Jeff Williams, Daniel Carter, Mike Sarin, Tony Moreno, Scott Maclemore, Ben Monder and many more. Sanchez leads her own quartet featuring Tony Malaby, Drew Gress, and Tom Rainey. Her debut recording “Mirror Me“ was chosen as one of the “Best New Releases for 2003” in All About Jazz and made the top ten JazzTimes Critics' Picks list 2003.


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”In her piano playing as well as her compositions Angelica Sanchez seeks out the lyrical heartbeat within any avant-garde storm.” --The New York Times/Chinen

“Sanchez's provocative writing - full of evocative harmonies and open-ended forms showcases her flair for counterpoint and marks her as a formidable talent...” --JazzTimes Magazine

“...introduces a refreshingly unfussy approach to advanced composition.... ...she carries an unforced authority; her virtuosity (not too strong a word) is less solid than fluid, a thing of movement and ease.” --Philadelphia City Paper/Chinen

“Sanchez’s piano playing is marked by its fluidity

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Albums

How To turn the Moon

Pyroclastic Records
2020

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Dimensional Stardust

International Anthem/Nonesuch
2020

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How To Turn The Moon

Pyroclastic Records
2020

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Float The Edge

Clean Feed Records
2017

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Twine Forest

Clean Feed
2013

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Wires & Moss

Clean Feed Records
2012

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Windfall Light

From: How To turn the Moon
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