Aaron Goldberg is a jazz pianist from New York City. Born on April 30, 1974, in Boston, Massachusetts Aaron began studying piano at the age of seven. Under the tuition of Bob Sinicrope of Milton Academy and saxophonist Jerry Bergonzi he excelled as a young pianist gaining notoriety as a musician with abilities beyond his years. In 1991 he enrolled in Harvard University, where he won the International Association of Jazz Educators' Clifford Brown/Stan Getz Fellowship award and became a member of Betty Carter's Jazz Ahead program. Goldberg graduated Harvard in 1996 and began performing as a sideman along side artists such as saxophonist Joshua Redman. From this point in his career Aaron began to appear as a sideman on numerous recordings including “The Justin Mullins Quintet,” “Serendipity,” “Brand New World” and “Passage of Time.” In 1999 he featured on his first recording as leader on the album “Turning Point” and most recently released “Home”. Goldberg remains active as a touring performer working with recent artists such guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel, the Wynton Marsalis Quartet and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra.