Bruce Barth

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born on 7/9/1958 in Pasadena, CA, United States

Bruce Barth

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Bruce Barth

Bruce Barth, born September 7, 1958 in Pasadena, California, is a jazz pianist.[1][2] He has played the piano since the age of five. Barth's career had included major work with ensembles, as well as solo work. Throughout his career, he has played on the Enja, Double-Time, Fresh Sound, and MAXJAZZ labels.


  • In Focus, Enja, 1993.
  • Morning Call, Enja, 1994.
  • Four For Time, Criss Cross Jazz, 1995
  • Don't Blame Me, Double-Time, 1997.
  • Live, Double-Time, 1998.
  • Hope Springs Eternal, (Live), Double-Time, 1998.
  • Somehow It's True, Double-Time, 2000.
  • Where Eagles Fly, Fresh Sound, 2000.
  • East and West, MAXJAZZ, 2001.
  • Live at the Village Vanguard, MAXJAZZ, 2003.
  • "Live At Cafe del Teatre-Lleida Jazz Festival" Quadrant Records, 2007
  • This Side of Strayhorn, MAXJAZZ, 2011.


  1. Palm, Kristin (2008). Barth Biography. Net Industries. Retrieved on 2008-10-25.
  2. Barth at All About Jazz. All About Jazz (2007-05-31). Retrieved on 2008-10-25.
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