Dena DeRose overcame a debilitating disease to become significant force in jazz as both a pianist and a vocalist. She started playing piano when she was three and, furthermore to her piano lessons, she analyzed classical body organ and percussion. In college DeRose performed using the orchestra, the marching music group, as well as the jazz music group, and followed musicals. She required classes in traditional piano at SUNY Binghamton and worked well like a jazz pianist in upstate NY. However in the middle-’80s she was struck with a combined mix of joint disease and carpal tunnel symptoms that significantly affected her correct hands. She experienced two procedures and was struggling to play piano whatsoever for just two years. It appeared as though her musical profession was over before it experienced really started. But one night time while inside a jazz golf club with some close friends, she required a dare to sing. DeRose do well and loved the experience a lot that within a couple weeks she was reserving herself being a vocalist. By enough time she was getting well known being a jazz vocalist, her hands had completely retrieved and today she was a vocalist/pianist. In 1991, DeRose transferred to NEW YORK, where she started working the membership circuit. Since that time, she’s also progressed into a active music educator but shows up frequently at jazz celebrations. Furthermore to leading her very own trio, DeRose spent some time working with such main brands as Randy Brecker, Bruce Forman, Ray Dark brown, Clark Terry, Benny Golson, Houston Person, and Ken Peplowski. Being a single artist, DeRose produced her debut in 1996 with Presenting Dena DeRose on Clear Nine Records, accompanied by 1999’s Another Globe, 2001’s I COULD See Clearly Today, and 2002’s Love’s Vacation. DeRose next transferred to MaxJazz for many well-received albums, including 2005’s A Walk in the Recreation area and 2012’s Travelin’ Light. She after that paid tribute to 1 of her idols, renowned pianist/vocalist Shirley Horn, with 2014’s We Won’t Ignore You: An Homage to Shirley Horn on HighNote Information. In 2016, DeRose released her 8th studio record, United, featuring visitor performances from longtime affiliates trumpeter Ingrid Jensen and guitarist Peter Bernstein.