Burhans, Caleb

Caleb Burhans (born 1980, Monterey, CA) is an established, multifaceted presence in the New York contemporary music scene who is active as both a performer (strings, voice) and composer. Hailed by the New York Times as “animated and versatile,” and as “New York’s mohawked Mozart” by Time Out New York, Burhans has been commissioned by Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Library of Congress and the Kronos Quartet, to name a few. In 2009 Caleb was awarded the prestigious Annenberg Fellowship. Burhans is a founding member of Alarm Will Sound, itsnotyouitsme, Signal and the Wordless Music Orchestra and he is also a member of ACME, Newspeak and the disco band Escort. Caleb has also worked with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, Charleston Symphony, LA Philharmonic, Madison Symphony, Milwaukee Symphony, Philadelphia Chamber Orchestra, Princeton Symphony, Rochester Philharmonic, St. Louis Symphony, the New York New Music Ensemble, Nexus, SO Percussion, Ethel, Flux, JACK, Wild Up!, Roomful of Teeth, St. Thomas Choir of Men and Boys, Trinity Wall Street Choir, Arcade Fire, The Hold Steady, Grizzly Bear, Deep Purple, tUnE-yArDs, Bruce Springsteen, John Legend, Jonsi (Sigur Ros), Paul McCartney, fun., The National, Jonny Greenwood (Radiohead), and Björk.

Source: calebburhans.com

Performed 1 times live with Bruce Springsteen.

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