Dueling Pianos

As soloists they can perform both ambient instrumentals in addition to vocal/piano favorites. Their repertoire ranges from Classic Jazz and Lite Classical, to Singer-Songwriter, Rock, Motown/R&B, Contemporary, and a variety of genre remixes and super clever mash-ups! Together they craft, custom storyboarded, thematic programs which can be elegant, dramatic, humorous, political, and or satirical. They can also simply perform as an elegant, energetic, or moody soundtrack to thoughtful experiences. Customization is key. Their personalities and talent will inspire an array of positive emotions.


Aaron grew up in California in a musical household filled with the sounds of Frank Sinatra, the Beatles, and classic jazz. He learned multiple instruments and developed his own vocal style from additional influences ranging from Damien Rice to Maroon 5. Having lived in both Los Angeles and the Bay Area of California, Aaron has gained personal recognition for his recordings from San Francisco’s “KFOG” and other West Coast radio, and held several residencies as a prominent part of the LA scene. As a performer, Aaron has shared stages and bills with Sara Bareillis, Ben Folds and other pop artists. As a composer, Aaron has written contemporary title themes and music for National Geographic, Bravo and other networks. The most important thing to Aaron is to be genuine, and that comes through in his smooth baritone vocal style and compositions. 


Eli's performances as a keyboardist have taken him across North and South America, Europe, and Africa, performing in a vast variety of genres including jazz, rock, r&b, cuban, brazilian, funk, classical, and tango. Credits include R&B artists Mya, Ashanti (both multi platinum and Grammy award winning artists), and Robin Thicke, rock legends Journey, performing with classic jazz artists Nneena Freelon (5 Grammy nominations) and Brian Lynch (Grammy award winning in 2007), and nationally known contemporary jazz artists Ken Navarro, Jaared, and Grainger. Highlights include opening for Prince on his historic appearances at the O2 arena in London, performing on the Today show in Rockefeller Plaza with Ashanti for the release of her “Chapter II” album, and appearing as a featured artist with his jazz trio with the National Philharmonic at Strathmore Hall in Washington, D.C.