”Eisenstadt is strong proof that jazz is still young and growing,” declares L.A. Weekly's Greg Burk. Critics have called him “a rising presence as a composer of note” (Troy Collins, AllAboutJazz.com), “vital and increasingly influential” (Glenn Astarita, jazzreview.com) and “one of the most creative and skilled musician/composers incorporating traditional material to create new and vital improvised music” (Robert Iannapollo, AllAboutJazz-New York).
The Village Voice's Jim Macnie adds, “He's perpetually building new ensembles to suit the variety of music he hears in his head — that's what composers do.” ...
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