In addition to leading Shirim since 1985 and Naftule’s Dream since 1996, Clarinetist Glenn Dickson won a 1997 Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Grant for Composition and has studied and performed with microtonal jazz legend Joe Maneri. He was a featured soloist on the soundtrack of Sidney Lumet’s “A Stranger Among Us” and wrote the music Shirim performed on the soundtrack of Woody Allen’s “Deconstructing Harry
Michael McLaughlin, piano and accordion, is an educator, performer and noted composer. He performs with Naftule’s Dream and composes much of their music. He has won two awards from the American Composers Forum Boston and received a 2001 Mass Cultural Council Fellowship Award in Composition. His works have been performed by Trio Capriccio, The Chameleon Arts Ensemble, The Niagara Symphony, The Newton Symphony and the Boston Chamber Ensemble.
Guitar and banjo player Brandon Seabrook performs with Naftule’s Dream, Paul Brody’s Sadawi, the Klezmer Conservatory band and Klezperanto.
Tuba player Jim Gray studied at Boston University with J. Samuel Pilafian. He has performed with the Canton Symphony, The Cleveland Pops Orchestra, the Paramount Brass, and the Jazz Composer’s Alliance Orchestra. Jim is a founding member of the avant-klezmer experience: Naftule’s Dream.
Eric Rosenthal, drums, has developed a prominent career playing jazz and improvised music, recording and performing internationally with the big band Either/Orchestra, Roswell Rudd, Anthony Braxton, blues artist David Maxwell, John Voigt, Bhob Rainey, Jack Wright and others. He is currently a member of the Charlie Kolhase Quintet, the Dave Bryant Quartet (Dave is a former member of Ornette Coleman’s Prime Time) and the avant klezmer groups Naftule’s Dream and Paul Brody’s Sadawi based in Berlin.
Edited by AnUub1s on 4 Nov 2009, 18:49
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