MARTY EHRLICH LARGE ENSEMBLE ARTISTS
Since his first recording with the Human Arts Ensemble in 1972, Marty Ehrlich has emerged as one of the most thoughtful, varied and prolific instrumentalists and composers in creative music. He studied with Jaki Byard, Joe Maineri and Ran Blake at the New England Conservatory of Music, and in 1978 moved to New York. Since then, he has worked with many of the most ground-breaking musicians of our time, including Muhal Richard Abrams, Anthony Braxton, Julius Hemphill, and Yusef Lateef.
Ehrlich has also duetted with Anthony Cox, led hisDark Woods Ensemble, and recorded as a leader for Cecma, Sound Aspects, Muse, New World, and most often Enja.