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Ron Di Salvio: Goodbye to Winter

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Inspirational Song of the Weekend
Saturday — Sunday, June 13 – 14, 2015

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Inspired by his own children’s discovery of the joy and wonder of music, Ron Di Salvio offers these arrangements and improvisations. The selections on this album are found in the beginning repertoire of the Suzuki Violin and Piano Method. Seven of the pieces are of folk song origin. Allegro, Andantino, and Allegretto were composed for the violin by Dr. Shinichi Suzuki.

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Goodbye to Winter

Instrumental performed by
Ron Di Salvio

Arrangement by
Ron Di Salvio

Born in Brooklyn, New York in 1946 he began his musical journey at the age of eleven learning the accordion with Alexander Matos. At sixteen he studied jazz piano with Lennie Tristano. A self taught composer, Ron’s piano trio performed in numerous jazz clubs in New York’s Greenwich Village. He shared the stage with Sonny Rollins, Art Farmer, Joe Henderson, Jimmy Cobb and Enrico Rava.

Ron is Music Director of the United Methodist Church in Marshall, Michigan and serves as adjunct professor at Kalamazoo College teaching improvisation, composition and theory. Ron is an Origin, BluJazz and Meadow Run Music recording artist. He is author of DELTADIATONICS and introduces a universal chord symbology for the 21st Century.

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