Ryan Keberle

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About Ryan Keberle

Trombonist Ryan Keberle is an adept soloist and composer whose work straddles a diverse array of styles, including modern creative jazz, classical, indie rock, and Latin traditions. A longtime member of Maria Schneider's Orchestra, Keberle initially garnered attention with his inventive Double Quartet, releasing a 2003 eponymous debut and 2010's Heavy Dreaming. He also leads the piano-less quartet Catharsis, who have released a handful of sophisticated, politically minded albums, including 2014's In the Zone and 2019's The Hope I Hold. He has collaborated with artists like Sufjan Stevens, David Byrne, Alicia Keys, and Ivan Lins. Splitting his time between Brazil and France, Keberle leads the quartet Collectiv Do Brasil (who released 2022's Sonhos da Esquina and 2023's Considerando) and the chamber ensemble Reverso, with whom he has explored the music of composers like Ravel (2018's Suite Ravel), Fauré (2022's Harmonic Alchemy), and Boulanger (2024's Shooting Star - Étoile Filante).

Bloomington, IN, United States
June 16, 1980

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