Pascal Le Boeuf
Pascal Le Boeuf is a spinner of webs constructed with beauty, emotion, and maturity. After 9 years performing in New York City, with three albums as "Le Boeuf Brothers", several studio projects as a sideman, and countless worldwide performances, pianist/composer Pascal Le Boeuf has established himself as a leading figure in the next generation of jazz artists. Pascal earned B.M. ('07) and M.M. ('10) degrees at the Manhattan School of Music as the recipient of the Michael W. Greene scholarship and graduated with honors as a Van Lier Fellow. His list of awards is a lengthy one, including Independent Music Awards for Best Jazz Song and Best Jazz Album in 2005, and Best Eclectic Song and Dance/Electronica Song in 2012; 1st place in the International Songwriting Competition; several ASCAP Young Composer Awards and various awards from DownBeat Magazine. Additionally, Mr. Le Boeuf has received grants/commissions from Chamber Music America (CMA), ASCAP/IAJE, and the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts (NFAA).