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Evan Harlan (accordion, piano)
Andrew Blickenderfer (bass)
Ima Jonsdottir (violin, glockenspeil)
Adam Larrabee (guitar, mandolin)

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About the artists:
Evan Harlan (accordion, composer) has recorded and performed internationally with several jazz and "world music" ensembles including the Klezmer Conservatory Band and the Mili Bermejo Group. From 1995-2000, Mr. Harlan’s group Excelsior played unorthodox arrangements of 20th century composers’ works. In addition to performances throughout New England, their CD Declassified was featured on WGBH radio’s internationally distributed Art of the States, WBUR’s The Connection and Here & Now. Mr. Harlan is the recipient of a 2001 Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Grant in Music Composition; he has scored numerous works for film, dance and theater. In addition he has played on the soundtracks of Sidney Lumet’s A Stranger Among Us and John Sayles’ Lone Star. In November of 2001 he performed in the orchestra with Luciano Pavarotti at the Fleet Center in Boston, and in February 2002 was featured in Hovanhess’ Rubaiyat with the Lexington Sinfonietta.

Andrew Blickenderfer (bass) has performed with Jeanne Lee, Marvin ‘Smitty’ Smith, Gunter Hampel, Klezmer Conservatory Band, Joel Grey and The Really Eclectic String Quartet (RESQ), among others. He is a founding member of the trio Sabana Blanca, creating fully improvised scores to classic silent films.

Ima Jonsdottir (violin) has toured with Mark Dresser, fellow Icelander and pop artist Björk, and the Iceland Symphony Orchestra. With Björk she has performed on The Tonight Show and at the MTV Music Awards. Ima teaches and performs in the Boston area, with groups such as The Klezmer Conservatory Band and The Evan Harlan Trio.

Adam Larrabee (guitar, mandolin, composer) appears on the recent Bruce Hornsby release, Spirit Trail. He has performed with jazz artists Dave Holland, Larry Goldings, Hilton Ruiz, and David Gilmore, among others. Mr. Larrabee is on the faculty of the New England Conservatory of Music.

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