|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Still Life With Commentator||17||Audio||2007-03-06||Savoy Jazz|
|2||Reimagining||10||Audio||Pi Recordings (2)|
|3||Panoptic Modes||11||Audio||2010||Pi Recordings (2)|
|5||Tirtha||9||Audio||2011-02-25||The ACT Company|
|8||Holding It Down: The Veteran's Dreams Project||17||Audio||2013||Pi Recordings (2)|
|10||Raw Materials||13||Audio||2006||Savoy Jazz|
|11||Architextures||12||Audio||1998||Asian Improv Records|
|14||In What Language?||17||Audio||2003||Pi Recordings (2)|
New York based US jazz pianist, violinist and composer, born in Albany, NY, on 26th october, 1971.
He has no formal piano/composing education, but studied violin privately; he received basic composing and improvisational lectures at Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY.
He graduated with B.S. in Mathematics & Physics from Yale University, and holds a M.A. in Physics and Ph.D. in Technology and the Arts from the University of California at Berkeley; his research was focused on music and cogitive sciences.
Beside ongoing engagements in New York he has played all over the world as a leader and sideman (notable musicians whom he played with include [a=Roscoe Mitchell], [a=Steve Coleman], [a=Amiri Baraka], [a=John Zorn], [a=Wadada Leo Smith] and many others. His most important collaborator is the saxophonist [a=Rudresh Mahanthappa].
Beside Jazz music he also composed many classical music works for orchestra and smaller ensembles.