Cellist Erik Friedlander was raised subjected to R&B and jazz since his dad photographed many recording addresses for Atlantic through the ’50s and ’60s. During his years as a child and senior high school years, Friedlander was involved with chamber organizations, his college orchestra, and an area rock-band. He enrolled at Columbia College or university in 1978 to go after a music level, nonetheless it wasn’t until a yr later on, upon hearing and talking to bassist Harvie Swartz, that Friedlander made a decision to turn into a professional musician. Soon thereafter, he became a member of Swartz’s quintet, as well as the group released BENEATH IT All on Gramavision. His notion of what part a cello could perform in jazz and contemporary music transformed when he noticed Hank Roberts within the string trio Arcado. A couple days following this, Friedlander started dealing with saxophonists John Zorn and Marty Ehrlich and trumpeter Dave Douglas. He performs on Douglas’ 1993 launch on Soul Notice entitled Parallel Worlds. Another yr, he shaped his personal group, Chimera, a quartet with clarinetists Chris Acceleration and Andrew D’Angelo and bassist Drew Gress; the group offers two CDs from Zorn’s brands, Avant and Tzadik. Friedlander still performs traditional music — he continues to be primary cellist with Marin Alsop’s Concordia, for example — but can be focusing even more on structure and improvisation; he’s toured the U.S. and European countries with Joe Lovano, Myra Melford, John Zorn, and much more. Friedlander has produced appearances within the pop world, too, having added parts to CDs by Maxwell and Dar Williams; he actually performed on MTV with Courtney Love’s Opening. In 1996, he shaped the group Topaz — originally to accompany a dance recital his wife choreographed — which brought collectively Andy Laster as well as the rhythm portion of brothers Satoshi and Stomu Takeishi; they documented a self-titled recording (which Siam released) the finish of that yr. Besides being occupied with Topaz, the close from the ’90s discovered Friedlander playing in a fresh quartet influenced by the task of Balthus, known as the overall game of Endurance, with Ikue Mori; Pores and skin adopted in early 2000. In 2001 he released Gates of Heaven for Tzadik’s Radical Jewish Tradition series, accompanied by Quake in 2003, a cooperation with rhythmic Japanese siblings Stomu and Satoshi Takeishi. That same yr, Friedlander released his first single outing, the dazzling and literate Maldoror. 2006 noticed the discharge of Prowl.
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|Independent Lens||TV Series documentary composer - 1 episode, 2016 musician - 1 episode, 2016|
|Jackie Robinson||2016||TV Mini-Series documentary musician - 2 episodes|
|The Armor of Light||2015||Documentary additional music / additional musicians: cello|
|The Central Park Five||2012||Documentary musician: cello|
|Future Weather||2012||composer: theme music|
|Évocateur: The Morton Downey Jr. Movie||2012||Documentary musician: cello|
|Turn the River||2007||musician|
|La ragazza del lago||2007||musician: cello|
|L'amico di famiglia||2006||musician: cello|
|The Hawk Is Dying||2006||musician: cello|
|A Perfect Fit||2005||musician: cello|
|Murderball||2005||Documentary musician: cello - as Eric Friedlander|
|Kingdom of David: The Saga of the Israelites||2003||TV Movie documentary musician|
|Family Secret||2001||Documentary musician: cello|
|One Day Crossing||2001||Short additional orchestrator - as Eric Friedlander|
|The Corruptor||1999||musician: cello - as Eric Friedlander|
|Dead Man Walking||1995||musician: violincello - as Eric Friedlander|
|La ragazza del lago||2007||performer: "Stolen Days" / writer: "Stolen Days"|
|Blue Vinyl||2002||Documentary performer: "Night Drive", "The Cycle"|
|Family Secret||2001||Documentary performer: "Reprieve"|
|Kingdom of David: The Saga of the Israelites||2003||TV Movie documentary|
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