Andy Statman
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Andy Statman

New York City, New York, United States | INDIE

New York City, New York, United States | INDIE
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1979 Jewish Klezmer Music
1980 Flatbush Waltz
1983 Mandolin Abstractions
1985 New Acoustic Music
1986 Nashville Mornings, New York Nights
1988 Rounder Bluegrass, Vol. 2
1992 Andy Statman Klezmer Orchestra
1994 Klezmer Suite
1994 Andy's Ramble
1995 Acoustic Disc: 100% Handmade Music, Vol. 2
1995 Doyres (Generations): Traditional Klezmer Recordings, 1979-1994
1995 Songs of Our Fathers
1995 Holding On: Dreamers, Visionaries, Eccentrics & Other American Heroes
1996 American Fogies, Vol. 1
1996 Blue Ribbon Fiddle
1996 Klezmer Music: A Marriage of Heaven & Earth
1996 Rounder Bluegrass Guitar
1997 Between Heaven & Earth: Music of the Jewish Mystics
1998 The Hidden Light
1998 Holiday Tradition
1998 The Soul of Klezmer
2000 Klezmer: From Old World To Our World
2001 Bluegrass Mountain Style
2001 New York City: Global Beat of the Boroughs - Music From New York City's Ethnic....
2004 Wisdom, Understanding, Knowledge
2005 On Air
2005 Avodas Halevi
2006 East Flatbush Blues
2006 Awakening from Above

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Andy Statman is an internationally acclaimed clarinet and mandolin virtuoso who has appeared on over 100 recordings. Profiles on his life and music have been featured on CBS, CNN, National public radio, BBC, and Austrian national television, and his mastery has been acknowledged by Billboard, Rolling Stone, The New York Times, Down Beat, Jazz Is, The New Yorker, New York Magazine, The Village Voice, The Jerusalem Post, Fret Board Journal, and other publications. Andy has collaborated and recorded extensively with Itzhak Perlman, Bela Fleck, David Grisman, Ricky Skaggs, David Bromberg, Vasser Klemens, and others. Andy and his trio have appeared internationally at music festivals, and major concert halls. His 1996 album “Between Heaven and Earth” a ground breaking improvisational treatment of the music of the great Jewish mystics was picked as one of the top ten records of the year by the New York Times. In 2008 he was a Grammy award nominee in the best country instrumental category for his version of Bill Monroe “Rawhide” from his highly acclaimed CD “East Flatbush Blues”