Arthur Hanlon



Miami based pianist and Sony Music Latin recording artist Arthur Hanlon, the only pianist to hit #1 on Billboard’s Latin Music charts, returns to New York on February 29 with his  new show, Piano Magic. Trained at the Manhattan School of Music, Hanlon has been lauded for his skills as pianist/composer/producer/ arranger, and the evening’s show will include his solo performance of songs that have made him the most recognizable figure in Latin instrumental music, such as  collaborations with top Latin musicians including  Puerto Rican singer/songwriter Kany Garcia;  Cuban hip hop group Orishas;  Latin Grammy Lifetime Achievement winner Laura Pausini;  and Colombian singer  Fonseca.  The February 29 performance of Piano Magic will include guest performer Noel Schrajis of Sin Bandera, among others, and is the second of Hanlon’s showcase  series with special guests in Miami (Faena Theater, Feb. 21 ) and LA (The Sun Rose, March 2).

 Detroit -born Irish American pianist Arthur Hanlon has been the subject of a landmark PBS TV special “Arthur Hanlon & Friends” featuring Marc Anthony, Laura Pausini and Bernie Williams. His two recent HBO Specials “Piano y Mujer”  and “Piano y Mujer 2”  are currently streaming in both North America and South America. His song “La Gota de la Vida”, benefitting City of Hope, was recorded by 46 Stars including Gloria Estefan and Enrique Iglesias.

Hanlon will perform selections from his recent albums of Latin Music classics including 2023’s “Legados Pop” and “Legados Bachata.” “Nothing makes me happier than playing live” said Arthur, who kicked off 2024 with dates in Bogota and Santiago. “The connection with the fans is what excites me the most. Being able to bring my music to intimate venues is something different and very special.”

“A great pianist and simply a great musician at every level. He’s someone who draws you to his instrument with his positive vibe.”- Luis Fonsi

 “Thank you Arthur for creating ‘Piano y Mujer’ and showcasing Latina women in such a beautiful and elegant way.”  -Lupita Infante

 ” Hanlon not only reaffirms his position as the best known instrumentalist in Latin pop, but also as the best.”- Billboard

 “At a time when few artists take a chance on instrumental music, Arthur Hanlon, forges ahead with his singular musical proposition: to prove that the piano is an “all-terrain” instrument, able to succeed in all genres.”

-The Miami Herald


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