Adrián Iaies (born November 4, 1960) is an Argentine pianist and composer who has been nominated for the Latin Grammy awards three times. His main style is jazz but he combines that with soul, tango, and other styles.
Iaies was born in Buenos Aires, in 1960. He began a career as a piano instructor in 1985, and performing professionally in the city's numerous jazz clubs, in 1995. Iaies' first album, Las Tardecitas de Minton's ("Evenings at Minton's"), received a nomination for a Latin Grammy in 2000, and his Tango Reflections (2002) earned him a Clarín Prize, his first major award. He was featured by Down Beat magazine in April 2001 and was a guest pianist at the Lincoln Center of New York for their 2002 "Nights of Blues, Havaneras and Tangos". This was followed by the release of Las Cosas Tienen Movimiento ("Things Move"), in 2003, and a 2005 Konex Award for his first decade in jazz.