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Friday, October 16, 2009

Darlene Miller releases debut album, "Concerto Night"

Darlene Miller, the extremely gifted pianist from Englewood, OH, has just released the debut album, "Concerto Night" which contains 'Concerto in C minor' by Beethoven, and 'Concerto in G minor' by Saint Saens. Her performance is like no other, bringing life into the piano with every touch of the keys, and touching your soul. This recording will truly please all who listen, experience, and feel her music.

It doesn't take long for those who have recently discovered the incredible talent of Darlene Miller to become a fan of this very gifted concert pianist. Darlene plays with her entire heart and soul. She creates that strong emotional connection that immediately draws you into the music. Her technical mastery of the piano is evident in her flawless technique and incredible control over her dynamics. Darlene seems to feel every note, and the music seems to flow out of her like an endless refreshing spring. Darlene is extremely versatile, and flawlessly performs sophisticated compositions from classical to jazz with tremendous heart, soul and emotion.

Expect to see a lot more of Darlene Miller, as she is poised to become one of the most visible and influential pianists in modern times.

"Concerto Night" is currently available for sale at the official Darlene Miller site, www.DarleneMillerMusic.com.

Darlene has grown up playing the piano, since she was a very tender age. She currently resides in Englewood, Ohio. Darlene's favorite quote is "I have to play from my toenails.....for the heart stops too short in the chest".

Radio, press and bulk order inquiries can be directed to Olympic Advantage at 615.627.7523

Radio Stations, music directors and DJs can listen to and download Darlene Miller's songs and artwork, by going to www.AirplayDirect.com/DarleneMiller.

Marketing and Promotion by Olympic Advantage
Nashville, Tennessee

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