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Benjamin Harrison

Benjamin Harrison is a multi-instrumental musician, composer and producer from Australia. He has performed and toured across five continents – most recently with Cirque du Soleil’s touring productions of Quidam, KOOZA, VOLTA and Alegria. A versatile multi-instrumentalist, Benjamin plays saxophones (soprano, alto, tenor and baritone), EWI (electronic wind instrument), clarinet, piano, keyboards, synthesizers, guitar, bass guitar and other assorted woodwind instruments. Benjamin grew up in Adelaide, Australia and began performing in musical productions from a young age, initially beginning studies on piano and violin at the age of four

Album

Tokyo Blues

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: Tokyo Blues; 7-11 Run; Happenstance; Snapshot; B-Square; Yamanote Loop; Balancing Act.

Album

Nomad

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019
Track listing: Let's Get This Party Started; Here There Be Giants; Side Hustle; Vamos; Nomad; Solid; From Dusk Until Dawn; This Is Just The Beginning.

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Article: Album Review

Benjamin Harrison: Nomad

Read "Nomad" reviewed by Roger Farbey


Australian multi-instrumentalist Benjamin Harrison began his career as a child prodigy, initially playing piano and violin at age four. He then gained a music school scholarship and performed nationally and internationally, including participating in a tour of China as an Australian cultural ambassador in 2003. In 2007, Harrison advanced his formal studies at the University of ...


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