Jazzing up art in the West Village

A Queens-born artist is finding a way to combine her love for music and painting in a solo show in Manhattan.

“My father was a jazz pianist and a painter, my mother played mandolin, so she would be strumming ‘Come Back to Sorrento’ in the afternoon; and a night I would hear my father improvising on ‘Moonlight in Vermont,’” said Mia Berman.

She said growing up in Bayside, her home was always filled with music and art – and she was no stranger to it. She’d regularly join in with her recorder and learned to paint and sketch from her father.

Now, she combines those two loves in her first

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