"He plays like he's come unstuck in jazz time."

— The Free Jazz Collective

 

"He has a well developed harmonic sense and a great touch, yet he fits in not much at all with the Paul Bley vs Keith Jarrett-Bill Evans vs Cecil Taylor schools."

— Gapplegate Review

Random Acts of Order

now available on Clean Feed Records

 

Historically it has been artists who’ve made this kind of music. Here, in the immediate present, on this great recording led by Zack Clarke’s direction, beautiful work on piano and electronics, he and his colleagues, all young, deep, brave, talented artists lead the way forward.

— Joe Morris

 

"It is a pleasure to hear and experience this."

— Gregory Applegate Edwards

 

“a densely perfect album”

— Rick Joines

Pianist and composer Zack Clarke works in a wide range of forms, from modern classical to jazz improvisation. An active New York session artist and performer, Zack has played to audiences in the US, Europe and South America, and has recorded or shared the stage with prominent artists, including Tyshawn Sorey, Drew Gress, Ingrid Laubrock, Daniel Carter, Billy Drewes, Kenny Werner, Sara Serpa, Sam Pluta, Mette Rasmussen and Rich Perry. His most recent album, entitled Random Acts of Order,  was released on Clean Feed Records in 2017.

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Pianist and composer Zack Clarke works in a wide range of forms, from modern classical to jazz improvisation. An active New York session artist and performer, Zack has played to audiences in the US, Europe and South America, and has recorded or shared the stage with prominent artists, including Tyshawn Sorey, Drew Gress, Ingrid Laubrock, Daniel Carter, Billy Drewes, Kenny Werner, Sara Serpa, Sam Pluta, Dre Hocevar, Mette Rasmussen and Rich Perry. His most recent album, entitled Random Acts of Order,  was released on Clean Feed Records in 2017.

 

"He plays like he's come unstuck in jazz time."

— The Free Jazz Collective

 

"He has a well developed harmonic sense and a great touch, yet he fits in not much at all with the Paul Bley vs Keith Jarrett-Bill Evans vs Cecil Taylor schools."

— Gapplegate Review