Irene Louise Rosnes (born 24 March 1962), professionally known as Renee Rosnes (/ˈriːni ˈrɒsnɛs/ REE-nee ROSS-ness), is a Canadian jazz pianist, composer, and arranger. Rosnes was born in Regina, Saskatchewan and grew up in North Vancouver, British Columbia, where she attended Handsworth Secondary School. She was three when she began taking classical piano lessons. She became interested in jazz music in high school, introduced to it through the school's band director Bob Rebagliati.
The names Renee Rosnes and David Hajdu are already well known to music lovers: Rosnes as one of her generation’s most acclaimed jazz composers and pianists, Hajdu as an award-winning author and critic. Billboard includes Artemis in Best Moments of Newport Jazz Festival
Biography by Richard Skelly. Highly lauded Canadian jazz pianist, composer, and arranger.
Renee Rosnes is one of the most accomplished pianists in jazz today. Her extensive resume is littered with famous names, and now she's managed to release Beloved of the Sky, her seventeenth album as a bandleader. If you’re expecting to nestle in and listen to some run-of-the-mill piano jazz, don’t get too comfortable. Renee’s band includes Chris Potter (sax & flute), Steve Nelson (vibes), Peter Washington (Bass), and Lenny White (drums).
Pianist, composer and arranger. Born 24 March 1962 in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Renee Rosnes is one of the premier jazz pianists and composers of her generation. Upon moving to New York from Vancouver in 1986, she quickly established a reputation of high regard, touring and recording with legends Joe Henderson, Wayne Shorter, . Johnson, James Moody and Ron Carter and was a founding member of the all-star SFJAZZ Collective. Her 15th recording as a leader, Written in the Rocks (Smoke Sessions) was named one of ten Best Jazz Albums of 2016 by The Chicago Tribune, one of the Best Albums in all genres of music by The Nation, and was awarded a 2017 JUNO Award (her fifth). She is married to pianist Bill Charlap, and the duo was featured on four tracks from the 2015 Grammy award-winning album, Tony Bennett & Bill Charlap: The Silver Lining (Universal). Renee is also the Artistic Director of the Oscar Peterson International Jazz Festival.
Listen to music from Renee Rosnes like The Winter Of My Discontent, Elephant Dust & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Renee Rosnes. After a year with Wayne Shorter's quintet in 1988, in 1989 . Johnson invited her to become his pianist.
Rosnes married jazz pianist Bill Charlap on 25 August 2007, and the couple released a piano duet recording titled Double Portrait. She was the host of Jazz Profiles, a radio show on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in which Rosnes profiled famous names in Canadian jazz. Guests included pianists Paul Bley, Joe Sealy and Oliver Jones, bassists Don Thompson and Michel Donato, trumpeters Guido Basso and Kenny Wheeler, and drummer Terry Clarke. Juno Award, Best Jazz Album, For the Moment (1992). Juno Award, Traditional Jazz Album of the Year, Life on Earth (2003). Juno nomination, Best Jazz Album, Renee Rosnes (1991). Juno nomination, Best Mainstream Jazz Album, As We Are Now (1998). Juno nomination, Best Traditional Jazz Album – Instrumental, Art & Soul (2000). Composer of the Year, SOCAN, 2003.
Canadian pianist and composer Renee Rosnes has had a remarkable career that has earned her significant international acclaim. She began classical piano studies at the age of three and became interested in jazz music in high school. Shortly after relocating from Vancouver to New York in 1986, she quickly established a reputation as a formidable talent. In late 1986, she was enlisted by tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson to join his quartet. In 1988, she spent a year with Wayne Shorter's Quintet, and in 1989, legendary trombonist JJ Johnson invited Rosnes to become his pianist.
Performer: Renee Rosnes
Title: Jazz Pianist
Style: Hard Bop,Post-Bop
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