Keith Chasin is a pianist, arranger, and composer residing in Philadelphia. Hailing from Connecticut, he fell in love with the piano at the age of four. He continues this passion, performing at numerous venues around the United States, gracing the stages of venues like The Kimmel Center in Philadelphia and Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center. He can be heard on the radio on stations like Philadelphia's WRTI 90.1FM performing his compositions and arrangements.
The Triple T's
Formed in 2016, the Triple T's is a fusion trio that focuses on performing original music and arrangements of pop songs. Chasin, along with drummer Jon Tomaro and bassist Matt Campbell, have been heralded by fans as "one of the few unique groups making unique music" and have traveled to places like St. Louis to share their vision of music. In May 2017, they self-released their original album "The Session Vol. 1", featuring some of their favorite songs they have played together. For more info and upcoming dates, please visit
The Keith Chasin Quintet
This project, created as an extension of Chasin's writing during a hiatus of The Triple T's, was created in 2017 to further Chasin's love for original compositions and arrangements. Featuring ambitious songs and shifting genres, the group was recorded in 2017 by WRTI FM 90.1 at Temple University's "Rite of Swing" and perform regularly around Philadelphia.
In addition, Chasin is an aspiring sound designer and theatre composer. In 2017, he composed and recorded 10 tracks for Circle Performing Arts Alliance's production of "An Ideal Husband." Based in jazz, Chasin is also fluent with classical, rock, pop, electronic, and other genres, seen in some of his individual work.
Chasin is an in-demand pianist for cocktail hours and receptions around the Greater Philadelphia Area. He currently holds a weekly residency at Allora by Da Soli in Marlton, NJ. In addition, he has played events run by Temple University, Nationwide Insurance, Cabin Communications, Seraphin Gallery, The Knight Foundation, and many others.