Eli Wallace grew up in the hills of El Cerrito, California playing ice hockey and studying music. His piano studies began around age 8, and after being exposed to a broad range of musical styles by his family, he eventually gravitated towards playing Claude Debussy and studying jazz piano styles exemplified by Thelonious Monk, Bill Evans, and Herbie Hancock
The music that Dialectical Imagination play doesn’t heed to a particular set style; it
heeds to some invisible, intuitive force that guides them through tonality and
dissonance, barren and overflowing. -S. Victor Aaron, Something Else!
Avant-garde trio pushes the envelope in arrangements and on their instruments,
embracing unconventional sonic roles and shirking musical convention. Not for the
faint of heart. - KZSU Stanford
A rather charming personality to this free improv session. Piano, drums & guitar
each take a playful approach to their rhythmic capacities
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