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Keyboardist Robin Hatch shares new music live in the q studio

The in-demand keyboardist has toured with Canadian rock bands like Our Lady Peace and Whitehorse, but her debut solo album is something totally different.

For piano week on q, keyboardist Robin Hatch joined us live in our studio to perform new music at Glenn Gould's practice piano.

She's toured with Canadian rock bands like Our Lady Peace, the Rural Alberta Advantage and Whitehorse, but her debut solo album is something totally different. Works for Solo Piano is contemporary classical with a touch of jazz.

Robin Hatch plays Glenn Gould's practice piano in the q studio in Toronto, Ont. (Vivian Rashotte/CBC)

Watch Hatch play Nocturne #1 off her debut solo album above.

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