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Gordon Beeferman

Gordon Beeferman
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United States
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Beeferman is a composer, pianist, and improviser based in New York City. An eclectic and omnivorous musician who straddles numerous genres, he has created and performed innovative opera, chamber and orchestra music, avant-jazz, and numerous collaborations with choreographers, writers, and video artists.
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http://gordonbeeferman.com
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Dafna Naphtali & Gordon Beeferman — Pulsing Dot Dafna Naphtali & Gordon Beeferman — Pulsing Dot
(Classic Music Vault Clang 064, 2017, CD)
Gordon Beeferman — Four Parts Five Gordon Beeferman — Four Parts Five
(Innova 934, 2015, CD)

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