"Rob Ryndak is one of the
finest contemporary jazz pianists performing ... Ryndak knows how to make his piano sing a fine jazz tune, and he is one of the tops in his field, sensitive, stylish, innovative,
sharing and enjoyable."

   
--Lee Posser, JazzReview.com



As a professional musician, I have a passion for all aspects of music, especially composing, performing, and carrying the gifts of music forward through teachingMy Website will give you access to information about my work and passion for music.

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Rob Ryndak
composer  performer  educator    
Rob Ryndak News
   JANUARY 2014
   
Dow Artists, Inc. LogoThe Rob Ryndak Ensemble has joined the Dow Artists Roster for booking representation. To explore how we might fit into your festival's or venue's needs or to book the Rob Ryndak Ensemble, please visit and talk with Shantel Dow  at APAP booth # 309 in Rhinelander Hall!  more info
  
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  Rob Ryndak's 5th Recording! 

   With the release of A Wonderful Thing ...

        
Ryndak seasons a blend of "wonderful" into his mix of eleven original, world beat infused jazz tunes!

"A Wonderful Thing is full of subtle surprises, excellent writing and colorful solos ...  Ryndak's most rewarding recording to date."

    --Scott Yanow, author of Bebop, The Jazz Singers, Jazz On Film, and Jazz On Record 1917-76

                        

Chicago-based pianist/composer Rob Ryndak's 
A Wonderful Thing may be of interest to both our Chicago readers and Latin Jazz listeners due to the presence of percussionists Victor Gonzalez Jr. and
Rubén Alvarez (both of whom were part of Chuchito Valdes' Live in Chicago recording, which was
nominated for a Latin GRAMMY® this year) and trumpeter Tito Carrillo, a prominent member of
Chicago's Latin Jazz scene.


        --Bill Tilford, Timba.com and JazzTimes Community
   
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