Definition of keyboardist
: a person who plays a keyboard musical instrument
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Church seeks musician St. Mary’s-in-the-Valley Episcopal Church in Ramona is looking for a part-time music coordinator/keyboardist.
Jazz keyboardist and composer Leo Genovese, a frequent collaborator, reconstructed the tracks into an entirely new song with added piano elements.
Schneider enlisted LeRoux's keyboardist and vocalist Nelson Blanchard to mix and master the 10-track album, and features contributions by LeRoux, Jo-El Sonnier, Doug Kershaw, David Hyde and Randy Carpenter.
LCD Soundsystem’s keyboardist and synth player, Gavin Russom, has come out as transgender.
Instead of limiting himself to a DJ, and the usual spare hip-hop instrumentation, Chance employed a choral quartet, a trumpeter, and an all-purpose digital keyboardist.
Four other gents, including two drummers and a keyboardist who played a honking Clarence Clemonsian saxophone, piled on the volume and exuberance until every Bleachers song felt like a bear-hug anthem made of neurotic joy and overthought hope.
Keyboardist-saxophonist Ian McDonald of Foreigner and King Crimson is 71.
Nandi Rose Plunkett is a vocalist and keyboardist in the indie rock band Pinegrove.
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Definition of keyboardist for English Language Learners
: a musician who plays a keyboard (sense 1b)
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