Julian Lage at the Monterey Jazz Festival, 2014
December 25, 1987 |
Santa Rosa, California, U.S.
|Labels||EmArcy, Mack Avenue|
|Associated acts||Gary Burton, Mark O'Connor, Taylor Eigsti, Eric Harland|
A child prodigy, Lage was the subject of the 1997 documentary Jules at Eight. At 13, Lage performed at the 2000 Grammy Awards. At 15, Lage became a faculty member at the Stanford Jazz Workshop at Stanford University. Classically trained at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Lage has studied at Sonoma State University and the Ali Akbar College of Music. He graduated from the Berklee College of Music in 2008.
On March 24, 2009 Lage released his debut album Sounding Point on EmArcy Records, to favorable reviews. It was nominated for the 2010 Grammy Award Best Contemporary Jazz Album. Lage's second album, titled Gladwell was released April 26, 2011, to positive reviews. On March 2, 2015, Lage released his first solo acoustic album entitled World's Fair. On March 11, 2016, Lage released his fourth album as a leader, entitled Arclight.
- Sounding Point (EmArcy, 2009)
- Gladwell (EmArcy, 2011)
- World's Fair (2015)
- Arclight (Mack Avenue, 2016)
- Free Flying (Palmetto, 2013) – with Fred Hersch
- Avalon (Modern Lore, 2014) – with Chris Eldridge
- Room (Mack Avenue, 2014) – with Nels Cline
- Mount Royal (Free Dirt, 2017) - with Chris Eldridge   
- David Grisman: Dawg Duos (1999)
- Gary Burton: Generations (2004)
- Gary Burton: Next Generations (2005)
- Taylor Eigsti: Lucky to Be Me (2006)
- Taylor Eigsti: Let It Come to You (2008)
- Taylor Eigsti: Daylight at Midnight (2010)
- Eric Harland: Voyager: Live by Night (2010)
- Gary Burton: Common Ground (2011)
- Nicole Henry: Embraceable (2011)
- Sophie Milman: In the Moonlight (2011)
- Anthony Wilson: Seasons: Live at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (2011)
- Dayna Stephens: Today Is Tomorrow (2012)
- Ariel Pocock: Touchstone (2013)
- Gary Burton: Guided Tour (2013)
- Dayna Stephens: Peace (2014)
- Eric Harland: Vipassana (2014)
- Nels Cline: Lovers (Blue Note, 2016)
- John Zorn: Midsummer Moons (2017)
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- Nastos, Michael. "Sounding Point: Review". Allmusic. Retrieved 2010-09-25.
- Fordham, John (2009-05-01). "Julian Lage: Sounding Point". London: The Guardian. Retrieved 2011-06-01.
- Henderson, Alex. "Gladwell: Review". Allmusic. Retrieved 2011-05-30.
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- Gilbert, Andrew (2011-04-22). "Noisy Neighbors, New sounds from close to home". Boston Globe. Retrieved 2011-05-30.
- Julian Lage & Chris Eldridge - Mount Royal
- Chris Eldridge - Twitter
- Bone Collector video from Julian & Chris
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