Pat Bianchi

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Pat Bianchi
Pat Bianchi in Denmark 2015
Photo Hreinn Gudlaugsson
Background information
Born (1975-12-07) December 7, 1975 (age 41)
Rochester, New York
Origin Rochester, New York
Genres Jazz
Occupation(s) musician
Instruments Hammond organ
Years active ?–present
Labels Doodlin'
Columbia Records
Onyx Records
Criss Cross Records
Highnote Records
Motéma Music
Associated acts Tim Warfield
JC Stylles
Lawrence Leathers
Lou Donaldson
Notable instruments
Hammond B-3

Pat Bianchi is an American jazz organist. In 2010, Downbeat named him among the ten best organists in jazz. He took up piano at age seven and began formal lessons at age 12. He studied classical piano at the Eastman School of Music and jazz piano at the Berklee School of Music. His second album features Terrell Stafford, Ralph Peterson. Jr., and Wayne Escoffery.

He is currently based in New York City.[1]


as leader[edit]

  • East Coast Roots
  • Back Home
  • A Higher Standard

as side artist[edit]


  1. ^ "Pat Bianchi, Jazz Organist." Visit Denver.