Jazz pianist, Andrew Carroll is 26 years old and hails from the Central New York area. He began piano studies at the age of four and discovered jazz piano when he was nine years old as the keyboardist for the award winning middle school jazz quintet, Too Blue. In high school, his finely-honed skills earned him a spot in the 2005 Gibson-Baldwin GRAMMY Jazz ensembles which included his appearance with the GRAMMY Combo Ensemble on The Late Show with David Letterman. He has also worked with local legends such as Ralph Lalama, Phil Flanigan, Marcus Curry, Mike Melito, Joe Carrello, Rick Montalbano, Jimmy Johns and John Rhode. In the past year, he has worked as a piano player at more than 200 engagements both private and public.