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Evan Ziporyn

Evan Ziporyn
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United States
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American clarinetist, percussionist, and composer, born 1959 in Chicago, he is Professor of Music at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Website
http://ziporyn.com
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Releases on file (14)
Iva Bittová / Gyan Riley / Evan Ziporyn — Eviyan Iva Bittová / Gyan Riley / Evan Ziporyn — Eviyan
(Animal Music ANI 048-2, 2015, CD)
Iva Bittová / Gyan Riley / Evan Ziporyn — Eviyan Live Iva Bittová / Gyan Riley / Evan Ziporyn — Eviyan Live
(Victo cd 126, 2013, CD)
Evan Ziporyn — Big Grenadilla / Mumbai Evan Ziporyn — Big Grenadilla / Mumbai
(Cantaloupe Music CA21081, 2012, CD)
Iva Bittová / Bang on a Can — Elida Iva Bittová / Bang on a Can — Elida
(Cantaloupe Music CA21027, 2005, CD)
Bang on a Can — Philip Glass ‎- Music In Fifths / Two Pages Bang on a Can — Philip Glass ‎- Music In Fifths / Two Pages
(Cantaloupe Music CA21016, 2004, CD)
Bang on a Can  — Terry Riley: In C Bang on a Can — Terry Riley: In C
(Cantaloupe Music CA21004, 2001, CD)
Evan Ziporyn — This Is Not a Clarinet Evan Ziporyn — This Is Not a Clarinet
(Cantaloupe Music CA21002, 2001, CD)
Bang on a Can — Renegade Heaven Bang on a Can — Renegade Heaven
(Cantaloupe Music CA21001, 2000, CD)
Bang on a Can — Steve Reich: New York Counterpoint / Eight Lines / Four Organs Bang on a Can — Steve Reich: New York Counterpoint / Eight Lines / Four Organs
(Nonesuch 7559-79481-2, 2000, CD)
Bang on a Can — Music for Airports - Brian Eno Bang on a Can — Music for Airports - Brian Eno
(Point Music 314-536-847-2 ST01, 1998, CD)
Bang on a Can — Cheating, Lying, Stealing Bang on a Can — Cheating, Lying, Stealing
(Sony Music SK 62254, 1996, CD)
Bang on a Can — Industry Bang on a Can — Industry
(Sony Music SK 66483, 1995, CD)
Gamelan Sekar Jaya — American Works for Balinese Gamelan Orchestra Gamelan Sekar Jaya — American Works for Balinese Gamelan Orchestra
(New World 80430-2, 1993, CD)
Evan Ziporyn — Animal Act Evan Ziporyn — Animal Act
(Composers Recordings CD645, 1993, CD)

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