This past September, I did a super fun solo piano performance at the Amazing Things Arts Center in Framingham, MA. Recently, Ellen Sturgis and Elaria Jacob at the Amazing Things Arts Center made a video featuring one of the tunes I performed, an original from my debut album entitled "Because It's Raining." I think it turned out really nicely, so I wanted to share it here! Hope you enjoy:
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Due to COVID-19, most live concerts are being rescheduled. During the pandemic, I've been doing a live stream on my Facebook page every Sunday at 4, which can be accessed here. I've also been posting new videos on my Instagram with tributes to recently passed musicians, and I've done a handful of concerts online for venues in the US and Canada. I'm planning new tours for 2021, and I'm optimistic I'll be able to travel by then. Stay safe, and looking forward to seeing you, either online or on our next tour!
November 6th (May Be Rescheduled):
Ben Rosenblum Nebula Project at the Greenwich Community Concert Series (Greenwich, CT)
Ben Rosenblum Trio at the Portland Conservatory of Music (Portland, ME)
Ben Rosenblum Trio - Appearance in Phippsburg, ME (Details TBA)
Described as an "impressive talent" by All About Jazz, Ben Rosenblum is a jazz pianist, accordionist and composer based in New York City, and a recent graduate of the joint program between Columbia University and Juilliard School of Music. His work has garnered numerous awards, including the ASCAP Young Jazz Composers Award and two Downbeat Student Music Awards for composition and arrangement. Ben was a finalist at the 2015 American Jazz Pianist Competition in Melbourne, Florida, and at the 2016 Jacksonville Jazz Piano Competition in Jacksonville, Florida. He has played with the Bachiana Brasileira Orchestra at Lincoln Center (conducted by Joao Carlos Martins and featuring Dave Brubeck), as well as in Delhi, India, and at the Masten Jazz Festival (Buffalo), Richmond Jazz Festival (Richmond), Mid-Atlantic Jazz Festival (Maryland) and Lincoln Center Out of Doors Festival (Manhattan). He has also performed at Carnegie Hall, Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola, the Allen Room at Lincoln Center, Ryles Jazz Club, Webster Hall, Symphony Space, The Blue Note and a host of other locations throughout the northeast. Ben has worked extensively with such jazz luminaries as Curtis Lundy, Neal Smith, Winard Harper, Wayne Escoffery and Deborah Davis, and he has shared the stage with Houston Person, Dave Stryker, Steve Nelson, TS Monk and many others. Ben is currently celebrating the release of his debut album, entitled Instead. The album has been released to critical acclaim, including 4 stars from Downbeat Magazine.