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March 22, 2020 7 min
New York pianist-composer Jane Leslie has created her own signature 'crossover' style, blending elements of classical and popular music with beautiful melodies that convey a sense of peace, and touch the heart of the listener.

She has been honored with several ASCAP Awards for her music, and holds Bachelors and Masters degrees from the Juilliard School, and a Doctoral degree from the Manhattan School of Music. Her recordings of her original piano music can be heard on radio stations and podcasts, and are available on all the major music streaming sites.

We will be hearing Jane Leslie's piano solo called “Floating,” which was recently released as a single recording. “Floating" will also be part of her upcoming album “Ocean Suite,” which will be featured on this podcast when it is released in the near future.

Jane has created a music video for “Floating” which can be found on her YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/JaneLeslieMusic. More information can also be found on her website at www.janelesliemusic.com, and her Facebook page www.facebook.com/JaneLeslieMusic.

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