Adlan Cruz

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Adlan Cruz
Born (1968-11-28) November 28, 1968 (age 46)
Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Occupation(s) professional concert pianist
Instruments Piano
Years active 1989–present
Website [3]
Notable instruments

Adlan Cruz (pronounced cruise) (born on November 28, 1968 in Bayamón, Puerto Rico) is a Christian Puerto Rican pianist, composer and producer.

Cruz began playing the piano by ear at the age of three.[1] He released his first album in 1989.[1]

A graduate of the Hartt School in Connecticut, his studies were financed with a scholarship given to him by former Puerto Rico Governor, philanthropist and pianist Luis A. Ferré, whom he impressed early on with his talent.[2]

He sponsors a private foundation to benefit the youth of Brazil.

As part of his worldwide concert schedule over the years,[2] in December, 2000, Cruz performed live before 3.4 million people in Lagos, Nigeria.[3]

In early 2009 he recorded his ninth CD in San Juan, Puerto Rico.


1989 Instrument of Praise 1993 The Way for the Giver 1995 Adlan: Solus 2001 The Piano According to Adlan 2002 Latin Africa 2002 Duo Clásico 2003 Colors of Many Nations 2003 Interludes 2003 Return 2004 Shemoneh Esrei - Amidah 2005 The Pianoforte Collection Vol. I & II 2005 The PianoForte Tour: Live In Brazil DVD & CD 2006 Concierto del Centenario DVD & CD 2007 Piano Latino 2007 Christmas Around the World 2008 Monster Under my Bed: Short Film Music Score 2008 Friends in Worship 2009 Crooked : Short Film Music Score 2009 Inspiration: A Collection of Hymns 2010 All by Grace: Live in Virginia 2011 Friends in Worship Vol. II 2011 Live in Bolivia DVD & CD (post production)


  1. ^ a b [1] Christian Jazz Artists on Adlan Cruz
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  3. ^ [2] Adlan Cruz's biography

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