Improvisational jazz pianist/singer/composer John Ambrosini writes, performs, and teaches in the nyc area and has played with a wide variety of jazz, folk, and pop artists, including Randy Brecker, Joel Frahm, Ada Rovatti, Drew Gress, William Galison, Dave Binney, Harvie S, Robin Hackett, Mike Moreno, Hilary Kole, Dan Weiss, Adam Nussbaum, Massimo Biolcati, and many others. John's piano mastery is featured in many NYC bands and performance groups. His consistency of tone, strong sense of time, and commitment to improvisation of both jazz standards and pop/folk classics have made him a significant instrumentalist and singer in the NYC music scene. 

John studied piano with William Holland, Fred Hersch, Kenny Werner, Jean-Michel Pilc, Joanne Brackeen, and Harold Danko

John cowrote (with Alec) the theme music for ‘The Alec Baldwin Show’ television show which appeared on ABC - and is the bandleader for the house band.  

John's discography as composer and pianist includes his new release ‘songs for you’, ‘nine stories’ 'storybook', 'soulmaking', 'be as you are', and 'sketches of you', and has appeared as sideman on numerous recordings.

John's recordings can be heard at as well as There are also many live performances which are viewable on 'YouTube'. 

John's extensive discography can be found at