Alan Wolf is a seasoned pianist who's repertoire includes jazz, classical, show tunes, pop, and more.
He can provide the right mood for any occasion.
He's been performing throughout the Philadelphia area since the 1960's...from high end corporate functions to upscale political events to luxurious private parties...you name it, he's done it.
He's performed everywhere from City Hall to 5 Star Hotels (Four Seasons, Ritz Carlton, Bellevue Stratford, etc) to houses of worship to nightclubs to restaurants to private estates.
He can play a piano on premises, or he can provide his own electric piano along with his own PA system.
If you're looking for a full band, he can also put any size band together, depending on what your needs are.
Whether you're planning a large event or an intimate gathering...or you're looking for some ambience for your restaurant or hotel...
whether it's a full evening of music or a cocktail hour...
Alan Wolf will add just the right touch.
Alan began piano lessons at the age of six.
Between the ages of ten and fifteen, he studied privately with the late Ralph Berkowitz of Philadelphia's prestigious Curtis Institute of Music.
While a student at Oberlin College, he continued his piano studies at Oberlin's world-renowned Conservatory of Music.
Alan is also a very accomplished trumpet player, and began playing
trumpet from the age of eight.
He studied trumpet privately for ten years with Sigmund Hering of the Philadelphia Orchestra.
In 1961, he recorded a trumpet demo for RCA records, and was offered a recording contract in Los Angeles, which he turned down, so he could return to Philadelphia and marry his sweetheart.
(they're still married!)
Upon returning home, he co-led the very popular Wolf-Davis Orchestra for seven years, and since then, he's performed solo and with various groups at venues all over the Philadelphia area, including the Philadelphia Academy of Music, Philadelphia City Hall, the Robin Hood Dell, numerous 5-Star Hotels, private estates, and various night clubs, including a residency for the past twenty-one years at the 23rd Street Jazz Cafe.