Peter Cincotti

Acclaimed Recording Artist Peter Cincotti 
Sends a Love Letter to NYC 
"Heart of the City" Video Out July 8th, Single Drops July 10th

Performing Live on Good Day New York July 9th

Peter Cincotti, singer-songwriter-pianist and native New Yorker, has written a heartfelt missive to his hometown. "Heart of the City" is a love letter to NYC, whose strength, resilience and compassion were so much on display during the height of the COVID 19 pandemic. Peter puts it best, "There is no place like New York and there are no people like New Yorkers. I feel lucky and proud to have been born and raised in this city, and I wanted to share my gratitude in this song." The video for "Heart of the City," directed by Jordan Lisi, is an interactive affair with fans who submitted their photos and videos of New York and their "hearts" for the city. The video will be unveiled on July 8th and the single drops on July 10th. To mark the occasion, Cincotti will be making an appearance on Good Day New York on July 9th.

Cincotti began playing piano at age three. While in high school, he regularly performed in clubs throughout Manhattan and by the age of 18 was called "one of the most promising singer-pianists of the next generation" by the New York Times. Peter's first album, produced by the legendary Phil Ramone, reached #1 on the Billboard jazz charts, making Cincotti the youngest artist ever to do so. Following was a series of acclaimed performances at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Radio City Music Hall, Paris' L'Olympia, The Montreux Festival as well as London's Queen Elizabeth Hall.

Cincotti recorded the follow-up to his debut with 14-time Grammy Award winner David Foster. East of Angel Town was his first album of originals for Warner Brothers Records. His single "Goodbye Philadelphia" took the airwaves by storm reaching the Top Ten on radio playlists throughout Europe, after which he brought the album to the U.S. where he joined the artist Seal on his sold-out American tour.

"Heart of the City", Directed by Jordan Lisi

Peter made his acting debut in the Bobby Darin biopic film Beyond The Sea, and also contributed to the film's soundtrack. He then made a cameo appearance in Spider-Man 2 and wrote the title track for the Australian film December Boys, starring Daniel Radcliffe. Soon thereafter, Cincotti became the face of the prestigious fashion house Ermenegildo Zegna, as well as also being named the first male ambassador for luxury designer TOD'S. Cincotti collaborated with the brand on the music video for his single "Madeline", which was exclusively featured in Italy's Vanity Fair Spring issue.

People Magazine and WWD featured Peter's song "Made For Me," a track from his last album, Long Way From Home. Shortly thereafter, Samsung produced a 360 music video of the album's title track, written, arranged, and produced by Cincotti.

Hailed as "the rebirth of cool" by Elle magazine, Peter explores styles that blend pop, rock, blues and jazz and has collaborated with artists ranging from DJ David Guetta to Andrea Bocelli.

Peter hosts a live show on Instagram and Facebook called 'That Friday Feeling With Peter' where he talks with fans, makes drinks, and plays some songs, every Friday night at 6PM EST. Later this year, Peter will begin releasing tracks from his highly anticipated new album 88 Keys and Me. It will mark Peter's first record honoring some of the most influential piano men and women of all time, ranging from Scott Joplin to Alicia Keys. Peter's daring arrangements of known material shatter the lines between musical genres, a pursuit that has been a common theme in all of his albums to date.