Date(s) - 11/17/2023
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
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Berkeley clarinetist Ben Goldberg has spent the past four decades expanding jazz’s frontiers as an improviser, composer and pioneer of the radical Jewish music movement. A relentlessly creative composer, he’s written chamber orchestra song cycles, gutbucket blues, and minimalist soundscapes.
Dividing his time between the Bay Area and New York City in recent years, Goldberg has forged deep ties to a vast and varied constellation of improvisers, including guitarist Mary Halvorson, pianist Myra Melford, and drummers Allison Miller, Gerald Cleaver, Kenny Wollesen, and Ches Smith.