LUDOVICO PIANIST ALEXANDER GHINDIN HAS spent the last eight years honing his sound in a career that’s been the highlight of his life.
But the 40-year-old has also been working on a new acoustic project, and he’s been giving it a shot with an acoustic-electric guitar.
The project, called A.P.P., is part of Ghindin’s larger “I Want to Play” project, which aims to highlight the acoustic-percussion soundscape.
Ghindin is the only black pianist in the US to have won a Grammy for best jazz soloist.
The other black jazz pianists are African-American pianist Eric Krasno and American jazz pianistic legend Louis Armstrong.
To learn more about the project, check out the video below.
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