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Bill Charlap

Bill Charlap was born in New York City into a musical family. His father, Moose Charlap, was a Broadway composer and songwriter whose credits included the scores to “Peter Pan, The Conquering Hero,” “Whoop-up,” “Alice Through the Looking Glass” and “Kelly.”

His mother, Sandy Stewart, is a popular song singer who performed with Benny Goodman, co-starred on TV's Perry Como Show and scored a Grammy nomination for her hit single, “My Coloring Book” by the songwriting team of Kander and Ebb. Mr. Charlap began playing the piano at a very young age. He studied with jazz pianist Jack Reilly and classical pianist Eleanor Hancock and informally picked up pointers from jazz/popular song pianist Dick Hyman, who was a distant cousin on his father's side.

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Events

Date Time Detail Price
Oct22Mon 8:30 pm 8:30 pm
Bill Charlap, Renee Rosnes
Birdland Theater
New York, NY

Discography

 

Double Portrait

Blue Note Records
2011

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I'm Old Fashioned

I'm Old Fashioned

Venus Records
2010

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Double Portrait

Double Portrait

Blue Note Records
2010

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Billy Strayhorn: Lush...

Blue Note Records
2007

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