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ANDY STATMAN. A truly extraordinary artist, Andy Statman began his career in the 70s as a virtuoso Mandolinist who studied and performed David Grisman, went on to study clarinet the legendary Dave Tarras and became one of the main architect of a Klezmer revival which started out 30 years ago and has since informed and influenced folk, Jazz and improvised music forms. Andy draws equally from hassidic melodies, folk tunes from new and old worlds alike and Albert Ayler-influenced free-improv. The result reads like a very personal search for the sacred based both on traditions and introspection. $10Save
Andy Statman - Jazz at the JCC "Spontaneous American-roots music and personal, prayerful Hasidic music, by way of avant-garde jazz..."...Thats how Andy Statman, a recipient of the NEAs highest honor, thinks of his compositions. The clarinet and mandolin virtuoso draws on a wide range of influences from Bela Bartok to Klezmer to Thelonious Monk. For music lovers of all ages.Note: There is a service fee of $1.25 per ticket.Members please log on to receive MJCCA Member pricing.Save