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Apple Valley, California — May 16, 2016 — Attila Gibson has a lot of accomplishments under his belt, both professionally and personally. On top of performing at Carnegie Hall, he’s proudly been clean and sober for over a decade, and is the father to nine kids. With all of that, he’s set on changing the world with the world of piano with what he can do.
This pianist who takes on the piano with a ferocity released his first album, Indelible Piano, a few years ago in 2013. It was recognized immediately by the professional piano realm as something groundbreaking. With that, Enlightened Piano Radio invited him to play Carnegie Hall, and subsequently voted onto there board of directors soon after.
His latest album, Beautiful And Powerful Piano, entered the One World Music Charts at #4 and has won best instrumental album at the Akademia Awards in Hollywood. Critics have proclaimed “He is the real deal.” Zone Music Reporter, One World Music said of the record, “Beautiful and Powerful Piano is indeed just that, it is rare to hear such a stunning performance backed up by the same level of composition and confidence and skill.” Serge Kozlovsky noted, “You listen to this album and you realize that all boundaries are artificial, and freedom is a natural state of every human being…It is a great pleasure for me to talk about the new album of Attila Gibson because we are witnessing the birth of a new bright star in the sky of contemporary piano and new age music genres.”
Attila Gibson works a regular job as a locomotive electrician by day to take care of nine kids, and works on his music when he can. With that he’d be grateful for any support to further his music and message of recovery.
Attila Gibson is a pianist who is changing the world of piano with his latest, Beautiful And Powerful Piano.
Tibor (Attila) Gibson
19540 Symeron Rd., Apple Valley, CA 92307
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