Ben Britton has been described as a real jazz tenor player and a true improviser by world-renowned saxophonist Walt Weiskopf, and music critics have also recognized his inventive abilities and predilection for rhythmic adventure. He employs his creative impulses most recently with his project, Unconventional Riot, a Philadelphia based quartet, which just released their EP Children at Play. His 2010 debut release, Uncertain Living, was a cooperative effort with his brother John Britton (trumpet) which received critical acclaim from sites like AllAboutJazz.com, and JazzReview.com and many more. They celebrated the release with a packed in crowd and a guest performance by saxophone legend, Chris Potter, who also performed as a special guest on the album. Britton has shared the stage with many other amazing musicians including John Clayton, Dick Oats, Candido Camero, Bobby Sanabria, Walt Weiskopf, and Nina Beilina and her group Bachanalia. Britton's performance career includes a residency at the Kennedy Center with Billy Taylor, Curtis Fuller, Nathan Davis, Winard Harper, Chip Jackson, and Carmen Lundy in the Betty Carter Jazz Ahead Program, and he has also performed at the Rochester International Jazz Festival, Merkin Hall, Dizzy's Club Coca Cola, Binghamton University, and other various jazz venues.