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Craig Taborn is a piano, organ, and Moog synthesizer player primarily in . Although he also does and music. He has worked with many musicians including Chris Potter, Nate Smith, Gerald Cleaver, Lotte Anker, Drew Gress, James Carter, Wayne Krantz, Adam Rogers, Tim Berne, members of The Bad Plus and also was in the Susie Ibarra Trio. He leads his own Craig Taborn trio as well.

Craig Taborn currently has four albums as a leader: Craig Taborn… read more

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  • Avatar for Taxes
    great concert in duo with Vijay Iyer tonight, hope to see this collab recorded eventually
  • Avatar for Kubstofferson
    ...was nuts. The night ended up being recorded by NPR:
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    Seeing him at the Vaguard next month with Gerald Cleaver... going to be nuts
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  • Avatar for sm4ears
    he's easily one of the best contemporary jazz pianists out there.
  • Avatar for gakko
    OK, Mark, you beat me with 2 years. I saw him with James Carter in 1996. I also saw him with Tim Berne´s Science Friction. That was one hell of a concert!
  • Avatar for volatile_mark
    I saw him play at the Evergreen Grille in E. Lansing, MI way back in '94 playing a nasty upright, and damn he made that sound amazing. Then, shortly after that he was at Baker's Keyboard Lounge with Spencer Barefield with Reggie Workman on Bass and George Cleaver on drums. It was AMAZING! It is always a pleasure to hear him, especially live.
  • Avatar for gakko
    I love how germans always talk to YOU when they drop a shout! It´s for YOU Craig! Are you there? Hello? HELLO???
  • Avatar for Saritamamita
    I loved your concert in Saalfelden. The only one who was truely beautiful and innovative.
  • Avatar for Synchroel
    It is really beautifully composed - almost chaotic.

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