FRI • MAY 5 • 8PMBuy Tickets
Tickets: $59, $49, $39 | Limit 8 tickets per mailing address
DOORS 7PM • SHOWTIME 8PM
The Vogel • Basie Center Campus • 99 Monmouth Street, Red Bank
88 keys, a bench and a mic. Give those things to Peter Cincotti and he can take you anywhere.
Like a pilot in a cockpit, when Cincotti sits down at a piano it’s as if the world is at his fingertips. A born and bred New Yorker, Cincotti’s debut album reached #1 on the Billboard jazz charts, making 18-year old Cincotti the youngest artist ever to do so.
Since then, Peter has performed in some of the world’s most prestigious venues from Carnegie Hall to L’Olympia in Paris, collaborated with artists ranging from Andrea Bocelli to David Guetta, has been featured in blockbuster films such as Spiderman 2, represented the global fashion brands Ermenegildo Zegna and Tod’s, and just recently appeared as himself in Season 3 of the hit Netflix series House Of Cards, singing a duet with the president played by Kevin Spacey.
Along the way, his vibrant and socially-aware songwriting caught the ear of 16-time Grammy winner David Foster, who produced Cincotti’s third album East Of Angel Town yielding the song “Goodbye Philadelphia”, which became a smash hit overseas reaching the Top Ten on Pop Radio charts across Europe.
Peter Cincotti has morphed genres and blended influences in a variety of ways, but his story currently unfolds over uncharted terrain on his most recent album ‘Long Way From Home’.
Written, arranged, and produced by Cincotti, ‘Long Way From Home’ is an upbeat blend of musical styles that brings active, rhythmic piano playing back into the landscape of modern music.
Presented by Count Basie Center for the Arts
Please note: The Count Basie Center for the Arts no longer requires proof of vaccination for entry at its historic theater, The Vogel or Basie Center Cinemas.
The Count Basie Center reserves the right to amend this policy as necessary, including at the request of certain artists or touring productions.
Masks are not required, though we strongly encourage their use and respect all patrons who choose to continue doing so.