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This celebrated vibraphone player pioneered an intricate four-mallet technique and now serves as a dean a the Berklee College of Music. He always excels at building up a compelling supporting context around his idiosyncratic instrument, whether as a bandleader or in more barebones duo formats. Here he performs with Makoto Ozone, a Japanese jazz pianist and former student with whom he once released an unusual album of classical compositions with overlaid jazz solos.
April 8-13, 8 & 10:30 p.m., 2014