An International Jazz Pianist and Vocalist Returns to Binghamton to Perform
| September 18, 2018
Jazz pianist and vocalist
Dena DeRose returns to Binghamton for a concert at Atomic Tom’s on State Street in Binghamton. She talks about growing up in the Binghamton area, and playing in a variety of ensembles. She also talks about how a hand injury got her to find her singing voice, and her journey to live and teach in Austria.
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