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Paul Arslanian

PAUL ARSLANIAN started his professional career as a pianist, composer for dance and theater, and dance accompanist in San Francisco during the 1970s where he led his own jazz and Latin ensembles and was composer and pianist for the Bishop Norman Williams Quartet. He has recorded with such notables as Pepper Adams, Pharaoh Sanders, Dave Liebman, Woody Shaw, and Bill Summers, and been a sideman with Freddy Hubbard, and Terri Gibbs. In 1979, Paul co-founded the Jazz Tap Ensemble and as music director worked with tap dancing greats Honi Coles, Foster Johnson, Cookie Cook, Eddie Brown, Harold and Fayard Nicholas, Buster Brown and many others

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