Joshua Redman

North America, Asia, Australia, South America

One of the most esteemed and charismatic artists of his generation, the ceaselessly innovative saxophonist Joshua Redman “is unparalleled among horn players today” (JazzTimes). From McCoy Tyner to Brad Mehldau, The Bad Plus, and Brooklyn Rider, Redman has collaborated with a diverse and prestigious list of musicians in the course of his career, all the while emerging as a modern jazz icon in his own right. Critics and fans alike are blown away by Redman’s passionate live performances and acclaimed recordings. Redman’s genius truly shines as a composer, performer, and bandleader when joined by his longtime collaborators, Aaron Goldberg, Reuben Rogers, and Gregory Hutchinson in The Joshua Redman Quartet. This band’s music can be challenging, provocative, and forward-looking, but also hard-swinging, melodic, and soulful, with a strong link to the jazz idioms of the 1950s and 1960s. The musicians demand serious energy and engagement of themselves and their listeners, and create music with a joyous and celebratory spirit.