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Dan Papirany

Dan Papirany is an adventurous Jazz pianist, composer who understands and follows the eloquent philosophy that is to play melodic phrases and rich harmonies.    

Originally starting out as a drummer at seventeen years of age, he discovered the music of Bill Evans and Keith Jarrett's piano playing which led him to switch instruments to the piano. He remembers a quote from drummer Peter Erskine, “play what you mean and mean what you play” for this quote opened up a whole new horizon as he began to play and record professionally as a serious musician.  

While studying jazz piano with Leigh Jackson in Wellington, Dan formed his first trio and played in local venues and mainly at “Bar Bodega”. 

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”A fine trio with a leader who brings a sensitive touch.” —Graham Reid, New Zealand Herald

“This trio does so much with the lightest touch.” —Music Editor, Download.com

Primary Instrument

Piano

Location

Brisbane

Willing to teach

Beginner to advanced

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Discography

Solo

Solo

Self Produced
2017

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2015

2015

Self Produced
2015

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2014

2014

Self Produced
2014

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Digital Cage

Digital Cage

Self Produced
2013

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2011

2011

Self Produced
2011

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Live at MLC, Vol 2

Live at MLC, Vol 2

Self Produced
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The two lonely people

The two lonely people

Dan Papirany
2015

There will never be another you

There will never be another you

Dan Papirany
Live at MLC, Vol 2

Peau Douce

Peau Douce

Dan Papirany
2014

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