Jazz piano from Wales
From the June, 2017 issue
Jazz pianist Gwilym Simcock's Ann Arbor debut was as thrilling as it was surprising. I doubt that many in the audience had heard of Simcock before that concert six years ago, even though he was already well known in Europe, and it was difficult to know what to expect. As soon as he began to play, however, it became obvious that he was a very interesting pianist
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