Pianist and entertainer Barron Ryan recently announced that he has reached a partnership with Melissa Fabian, independent personal stylist for the men's clothier, J. Hilburn. Ryan, a Tulsa artist fast growing in popularity, widens Fabian's reach within the local community and gives additional visibility to J. Hilburn's custom-made clothes.
Barron Ryan has performed all over the world, but he wanted more chances to share his music with the community in Tulsa, OK, his hometown. The solution? A public version of his private concert series called Keyboard Confidential: Declassified (KCD).
This spring, Tulsa shows off its native talent with a special musical event celebrating Jazz Appreciation Month. On April 19, Foolish Things Coffee Company will present Tulsa pianist Barron Ryan in an enthralling concert experience combining music and storytelling called A Brief History of Piano Jazz.
On Sunday morning, October 13, Barron had the honor of giving his first radio interview on AM 1170 KFAQ’s show, ‘The Place for Parties’. Host Nicole Graber asked Barron on the show to talk about his musical background, playing piano for events, and his new home concert series, Keyboard Confidential.
Tulsa-based pianist Barron Ryan is giving party hosts everywhere a new reason to invite their friends over with his new ongoing house concert series, Keyboard Confidential. To make his solo piano music even more intimate, Ryan will work with individuals to bring awe-inspiring performances to their own homes.
Pianist Barron Ryan kicked off the release of his debut album, Classical with Attitude, with style and aplomb last Friday, March 8. A sold-out audience converged on Foolish Things Coffee Company in Tulsa, OK to witness this emerging artist perform almost the entirety of his new CD, which features concert music infused with jazz or ragtime music.
Classical with Attitude is concert music with a bite, the dazzling debut album of young pianist Barron Ryan. A carefully curated collection that Barron has honed throughout his musical career, all the selections have strong jazz or ragtime influences that allow Barron’s technical prowess, sensitive musicality, and suave jazz stylings to shine.
In April 2011 Barron Ryan wowed the judges of the Young Artists Competition with a repertoire of Bach, Beethoven, and one of the most challenging pieces of music ever written for the piano, Mily Balakirev’s “Islamey.” The competition, sponsored by the Oklahoma Israel Exchange, awards the winner with a performance tour in Israel. On October 15th Barron’s tour begins.