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by Cindy Fairbank

"...A dynamo..." (Live Eye) In her debut release, pianist Cindy Fairbank features her quintet in an album chalk full of stories. With dreamy, gentle melodies to driving, groovy blues, Imaginaries swings, it dances, it weeps, it delights.
Genre: Jazz: Piano Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Imaginaries
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2. Sleeping Parents
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3. Suite Spin
7:34 $0.99
4. Nospace
4:44 $0.99
5. Elbows And Knees
3:07 $0.99
6. Perennial
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7. 2 Bits
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8. Maitri
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9. Interpolation of 3 Notes #19
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10. End of the Night
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CINDY FAIRBANK pianist, composer, arranger, teacher

In 1996, Nanaimo-born pianist Cindy Fairbank earned her BMus. in Jazz performance at McGill University in Montreal.
Since moving to Toronto in 2001, she has toured extensively alongside some of the most talked about Canadian musicians including Juno nominee, Jeremy Fisher, Madison Violet, Justin Hines, and Liam Titcomb.
She can also be found performing with small and large jazz ensembles, directing musical theatre, in the studio, and playing B3 organ at the clubs
In 2007 Cindy founded the Sunnyside School of Music in Toronto where she and two other teachers inspire a love and understanding of music for students of all ages.

Live eye, Howard Druckman,
“Cindy Fairbank on keyboards, a petite, barefoot dynamo…”
CBC Radio 2, Studio Sparks, Eric Frieson,
“So gentle, so reflective…”



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