Ben Wolfe

born on 3/8/1962 in Baltimore, MD, United States

Ben Wolfe

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Ben Wolfe
Born Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Occupation Academic and musician

Ben Wolfe is an American jazz double bassist and academic.

Early life

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Wolfe was raised in Portland, Oregon.

Career

During his career he has worked with Harry Connick, Jr. (for five years), Diana Krall and Wynton Marsalis's Septet. Wolfe has also played in the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, as well as playing with Carl Allen, Benny Green, Branford Marsalis, James Moody and Eric Reed .

He teaches at the Juilliard School in New York City, New York.[1]

Discography

Year Title Label Notes
1977 13 Sketches Mons Records
2001 Murray's Cadillac Amosaya Records
2002 Bagdad Theater Mons Records
2004 My Kinda Beautiful Planet Arts
2008 No Strangers Here MAXJAZZ
2010 Live at Smalls Telescope
2013 From Here I See MAXJAZZ

References

  1. Collins, Troy (14 July 2008). No Strangers Here. All About Jazz. Retrieved on 14 January 2011.

External links

  • Ben Wolfe at All Music Guide
  • Staff writer (February 2005). "Juilliard Portraits — Faculty — Ben Wolfe — Jazz Faculty, Bass". The Juilliard School Journal Online. Juilliard School. Retrieved 14 January 2011.
  • Concert Review. The New York Times. June 5, 2008.
  • Koppman, Bud (June 18, 2008). "The Ben Wolfe Octet at The Jazz Standard, NYC". All About Jazz. Retrieved January 14, 2011.
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