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Eugene Maslov Pianist, Arranger, Composer

Piano prodigy from St. Petersburg, Russia residing in the USA. Studied classical piano with Lina Bershadskaya at the Moussorgsky College of Music and under Professor Fedorova at the Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory where he also focused on Jazz studies. Eugene's passion for piano inspires legions of young players. He is a product of a rigorous and disciplined music education with first rate performance ethics, a true maestro. His continued development of classical and jazz techniques have resulted in a series of ground breaking CD releases. He has successfully worked with the cream of modern Jazz music. Shirly Horn, Hubert Laws, Toots Thielemans, Bob Sheppard, Gary Burton, Eddie Gomez, Boris Kozlov, Vinnie Calaiouta, Omar Hakim just to name a few. The following albums feature not only Eugene's incredible piano playing but also his masterfully crafted original compositions.

Recordings: 2010 Holiday Classics 2005 Where The Light Comes From... 2002 The Fuse Is Lit 2000 The Face of Love 1999 When I Need to Smile 1994 Autumn In New England

Collaborations: 2003 Some Kind Of Wonderful: Ilona Knofler Piano, Arranger 2002 Jazz Yule Love: Various Artists Piano 1999 Songs of Seven Seas: Sami Kaneda Synthesizer, Piano, Arranger 1998 Eat Me Baby, I'm a Jellybean: Daevid Allen Piano 1998 Family Jewels: Gong Piano 1995 Blues, Dues & Love News: Grammy nominated vocalist Ernestine Anderson Keyboards




Album Where the light comes from... by Eugene Maslov

Where the light comes...

Blue Canoe Records

Album The Fuse Is Lit by Eugene Maslov

The Fuse Is Lit

Mack Avenue Records


When I Need to Smile...

Mack Avenue Records


When I Need to...

Mack Avenue Records

Album Where the Light Comes From by Eugene Maslov

Where the Light Comes...

Blue Canoe Records




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