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The New York Times

by GIOVANNI RUSSONELLO

If you had to, you could say that the sound of Harold O’Neal’s small groups files neatly enough under contemporary jazz. But his solo piano recordings merit a special identity. They’ve got the quiver and shading of great Romantic piano, with Duke Ellington’s panoramic blues folded in...

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Fortune

by ELLEN MCGIRT

Harold O’Neal has the charmed life of a lauded musician, composer, actor and busy speaker focusing on the creative process. He’s performed with U2, Jay Z, and appeared as a piano playing hepcat on HBO’s Boardwalk Empire...

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NPR's All Things Considered

by GUY RAZ

Piano Cinema is the new solo album by Harold O’Neal, and its title feels perfectly apropos. As lovely and delicate as a butterfly wing, this is an album for waking dreams and solitary thoughts, a study in careful quietude...

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The New York Times

by BEN RATLIFF

Harold O'Neal's“Marvelous Fantasy” is a solo piano record in two ways. ... interviews, podcasts and more from The New York Times music critics.

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92Y Presents:

7 Days Of Genius

As part of 92Y’s 7 Days of Genius, we speak with jazz pianist Harold O’Neal about creativity and the inspiration he finds for his many creative outlets including music, dance and martial arts...

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WBGO: Take Five

by NATE CHINEN

Piano Cinema is the new solo album by Harold O’Neal, and its title feels perfectly apropos. As lovely and delicate as a butterfly wing, this is an album for waking dreams and solitary thoughts, a study in careful quietude...