About Haim Cotton

Jazz pianist and producer Haim Cotton has established himself as one of the most prominent musicians and educators in the music world today. A professor at The New School in NYC, Haim has impacted the lives of hundreds of students, inspiring the next generation of jazz musicians. Haim has been featured on prime-time TV programs on NBC TV Network, and co-founded the New York Piano Academy. As a composer for Omnimusic, his music has been used on an international scale for film, television, and web. Haim is an alumnus of the BMI Advanced Musical Theater Workshop, where he developed several musicals under the tutelage of celebrated Broadway writers such as Maury Yeston, Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, and collaborated with writers such as Kristen Anderson Lopez ( "Frozen"). As a session musician, Haim worked with artists such as Randy Brecker, Jon Lucien and Nelson Rangell. Haim resides in NYC where he runs his Piano Studio and produces music for artists of all genres. Biography page

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Learn to play piano professionally in Jazz, Rock, Blues, Pop. Lessons are designed to tap into individual potential and interest of every student. Parts of the lesson is dedicated to how to practice and make the skill you seek your own.





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Haim Cotton
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~Project Grand Slam
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Jennifer Harper. All the Love

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Mending Sparks

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Haim Cotton Solo Album
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Piano lessons are held in my private piano studio on the Upper West Side in New York City

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