Find the best quotes by Ray Conniff.
I went to the Paradise Restaurant on 49th Street and Broadway which was where they were playing, and I sat in.
I didn’t get paid. I didn’t even care that I didn’t get paid.
I tell my friends about my conversations with my father – conversations with an artist.
Don’t make art for other artists or for ‘intellectuals’, make art for people – and if you can touch just one person in a lifetime…
When I started out, all I did was play my trombone.
I sat in at every club in New York City, jamming with musicians, because it felt right – and because it felt right and we…
If you believe in your art, and you love what you do, that energy will go out, and people will respond.
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