Zeitlin has one of the most unusual “time gigs” to get a jazz musician: he’s a psychiatrist. Zeitlin’s parents had been involved with both music and medication. They began him for the piano at age group two; he continuing to study traditional music while in primary school, then started playing jazz in senior high school. Zeitlin started playing professionally around his hometown of Chicago as an adolescent. In university, he studied structure and theory with George Russell, Alexander Tcherepnin, and Robert Muczynski while concurrently pursuing research in medication. While students at Columbia College or university in NEW YORK, Zeitlin auditioned for the renowned producer/skill scout John Hammond; Hammond was sufficiently impressed to create several information by Zeitlin in the ’60s. After getting his M.D. from Johns Hopkins College or university in 1964, Zeitlin relocated towards the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Bay Region, where he proved helpful as both a psychiatrist and musician; one of is own trios in the middle-’60s included the bassist Charlie Haden. Zeitlin started tinkering with the ready piano in the past due ’60s, which resulted in a pastime in digital keyboards. He give up playing in public areas for a while while developing his music further, re-emerging in the ’70s playing a method that combined consumer electronics with components of jazz, traditional, and rock and roll. Zeitlin would continue to compose for film and tv. His perhaps most obviously soundtrack was created for movie director Philip Kaufman’s 1978 remake from the sci-fi traditional, Invasion of your body Snatchers; he’s also created first music for the children’s plan Sesame Road. Zeitlin has used a great number of prominent music artists, including Herbie Hancock, Pat Metheny, David Grisman, Paul Wintertime, and Joe Henderson. Zeitlin provides documented for Concord Information within their Live at Maybeck Recital Hall group of single and duo shows. His albums may also be on the Intuition and Summit brands. Zeitlin has mixed his professional passions by means of a lecture-demonstration entitled “Unlocking the Innovative Impulse: the Mindset of Improvisation,” which he’s shown over the U.S. and European countries.