Lynne Arriale has long been critically acclaimed as having a 'singular voice' as a pianist, composer, arranger and trio leader. Her music, which JAZZIZ Magazine describes as coming from the synaptic intersection where brain meets heart, where body meets soul crosses demographic boundaries, captivating the imaginations of all who hear her. She has now captured a distinctive international television audience as well, a rare feat for any jazz artist. PBS stations across the U.S. have been airing Lynne Arriale: Profile of A Performing Artist, throughout the U.S. for over a year now, with response still strong. And now, BR-Alpha TV, Germany's PBS counter-part, is also broadcasting their magnificently produced live recording of Lynne's debut performance at Burghausen's Jazz Week, Germany's oldest and most prestigious jazz festival.
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