After reading the excerpt of Adam’s biography, you can find out more about him and his activities by visiting his website.

Adam Rosenblatt, percussion
photo: Timothy Cohen

American percussionist Adam Rosenblatt thrives in the realms of contemporary chamber music and interdisciplinary performance. Adam appears as a regular guest with the Ictus ensemble, and has performed with Ictus in Portugal, Germany, Belgium, and France. He has performed in such diverse venues as Carnegie Hall with the Yale Percussion Group, the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels with the Gent Advanced Master’s Ensemble (GAME), and the Arno Babajanian Concert Hall in Yerevan, Armenia with Sistema Armenia.

Adam has appeared in numerous contemporary music and theater festivals in Belgium, Portugal, France, Norway, Sweden, New York, and Connecticut, and has had the great fortune to collaborate closely with such composers as David Lang, Thierry de Mey, Martin Bresnick and James Wood. He also devotes much of his energy to introducing contemporary music to young people in creative ways, having co-created and led interactive body percussion performances and workshops for children in venues throughout Belgium, and recently in Yerevan, Armenia, where he has been a faculty member for the El Sistema-inspired Sistema Armenia music education program for the past two summers.

Adam earned a Bachelor of Music Degree from the Peabody Conservatory and a Master of Music Degree from the Yale School of Music, both under the tutelage of Robert van Sice. Adam recently completed a 2-year Advanced Master’s program in contemporary chamber music under the guidance of the Belgian-based Ictus and Spectra ensembles.

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