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Click here for a blog post on my recent tour to the Carolinas- and a slideshow of concert photos by Perry Hebard.

Video of a complete jazz vespers at St Paul UMC in Dallas.

Deanna's trio version of the Cole Porter classic, "Just One of Those Things"


The Chopin Project: hear clips and pre-order here!

Deanna’s upcoming solo piano recording features articulate, unusual jazz takes on eight Chopin pieces, four of which combine Chopin with Brazilian pieces (Manhã de Carnaval, Olha Maria, Insensatez) or rhythms (baião). Six short free improvisations are interspersed between the Chopin arrangements.

From This Place From This Place: hear clips and order here!

Witkowski has combined the spirituality of the soul and heart with the spirituality of jazz...her music is 'healing to the soul.'  -Rev. Peter O'Brien, Mary Lou Williams Foundation

Length of DaysLength of Days: hear clips and order here!

If, among contemporary pianists, Brad Mehldau and Bill Charlap represent the gold standard, then Deanna Witkowski deservedly ranks as their sterling sister. -Christopher Loudon, JazzTimes


Wide Open Window: hear clips and order here!

Witkowski is not far from jazz stardom with her keyboard techniques, her imaginative composing and arranging, and her wordless vocalizing. Remember her name.
-Harvey Siders, JazzTimes

Having to Ask: hear clips and order here!

Deanna's spirit- and her spirituality- come through on this consummate debut, and that spirit is astonishing.
-Don Glasgo, Jazz Improv

events : where and when
April 26
Monika Oliveira and the Brazilians
9 pm-1:30 am
Zinc Bar
82 W 3rd St
Monika Oliveira, voice
Livio Almeida, tenor sax
Gustavo Amarante, bass
Adriano Santos, drums

April 27
Deanna Witkowski Trio
2:30-4 pm
Peninsula Public Library
280 Central Ave
Lawrence, NY
Daniel Foose, bass
Vince Cherico, drums

May 04
Deanna Witkowski Trio
7-8:30 pm
Stony Point Center
Stony Point, NY

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