Victor Gould

Victor Gould is a Los Angeles pianist who began playing the piano at age four. He was blessed to have had his parents support him unconditionally. He received the Herbie Hancock Presidential Scholarship at Berklee College of Music for his undergraduate degree. Victor received his Masters degree from Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz immediately after graduating from Berklee. Gould was awarded the ASCAP Foundation Young Jazz Composer Award in 2009 and the semifinalist in The Thelonious Monk International Piano Competition in 2006. Gould was a member the Donald Harrison Quartet and recorded three CDs and a DVD. He also toured Europe and the United States. He has performed with Terence Blanchard and Esperanza Spalding as well as Branford Marsalis. Nicholas Payton, Ralph Peterson and Wallace Roney, among others. Victor currently lives in New York. He is a member the Wallace Roney Quintet since over a year. He has recorded two albums with him during that time. From

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