| Andy Biskin|| Yale University|
| Trio Tragico, Early American: The Melodies of Stephen Foster, Act Necessary|
Kirk Knuffke, Doug Wieselman, The Microscopic Septet, John Hollenbeck, Jimmy Giuffre
Andy Biskin Wikipedia
Andy Biskin (né Andrew Barry Biskin; born 1955 in San Antonio, Texas), is an American jazz clarinetist, bass clarinetist, composer, and filmmaker based primarily in New York City.
Biskin is a graduate of Yale University and once served as an assistant for Alan Lomax. Biskin's music has often been played on NPR between segments on All Things Considered and Fresh Air with Terry Gross. In 2000, Biskin's album, Dogmental, was named album of the week in The New York Times by Ben Ratliff.
In 2004, he animated and set to music a series of Rube Goldberg machines, including a "self-operating napkin", for his film Goldberg's Variations.Lily Dale: Messages from the Spirit Side of Life (documentary), Cinema Guild (1991); OCLC 27818405
Produced and directed by Biskin