A Young Mallet Master’s Journey

t 21, Sasha Berliner is already an accomplished vibraphonist, composer, bandleader, and performer. In 2018 she won the first LetterOne Rising Stars Jazz Award competition to be held in North America, beating out 230 other artists. The prize included a tour of seven major jazz festivals in North America and Canada, and one of her stops in June was at SFJAZZ, where she’d once been a member of the San Francisco-based nonprofit’s High

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