Auditions: November 2018

Aaron Parks Little Big, Aaron Parks Little Big (Ropeadope) In 2008, pianist Aaron Parks made a splash with his debut Invisible Cinema. A postmodern blend of jazz improvisation with pop music flourishes and production values, the record announced Parks as a fresh voice on his instrument. His work since then has veered more toward a low-key gracefulness.

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