Pianist/composer Stu Goldberg performed alongside a few of the most daring performers from the mid-’70s fusion period within John McLaughlin’s Mahavishnu Orchestra and later on embarked on an effective solo profession that included film and Television scores in addition to albums. Created in Malden, MA, and elevated in Seattle, WA, the pianist started his profession at a age, notably carrying out as a key pad soloist in the Monterey Jazz Event at age group 17. Then continued to graduate magna cum laude through the College or university of Utah in structure and piano. Pursuing graduation he became a member of the Mahavishnu Orchestra within the middle-’70s and continued to be an associate for five years, where period he performed alongside such famous fusionists as Al DiMeola, Freddie Hubbard, Wayne Shorter, Billy Cobham, Jack port Bruce, Larry Coryell, Alphonse Mouzon, and much more. After departing the group, Goldberg toured European countries being a soloist and started prolifically documenting for such brands as MPS and Pausa. Pursuing his amount of time in European countries, where he documented numerous single albums, Goldberg transferred to LA and worked being a program musician. He became especially associated with Hollywood while surviving in L.A., dealing with such prominent composers simply because John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith, David Newman, and Lalo Schifrin. After attaining substantial knowledge from these composers, he started composing his very own film and tv ratings. Goldberg furthered his documenting career in the first 2000s with Heading Home (2001), an extremely regarded record for Rhombus offering Kenny Golberg (sax/flute), Jeff Falkner (bass), and Dave Renick (drums). A calendar year later Goldberg came back with another record, Dedication, featuring exactly the same backing musicians.