Max Judelson is a graduate of the Boston Conservatory of Music where he studied bass with Benjamin Levy. While in Boston, Max regularly performed at Massachusetts General Hospital where he developed a music program for patients, families and staff. His article, The Economics of the Street Musician, was published in The Wall Street Journal (online) and he was interviewed for NPR’s Talk of the Nation addressing the same topic. Freelancing in California, Max performs and develops new works with numerous artists including Christian Burns and Glass Eye Shadow Pictures. He accompanies dance classes, composes music for dance and film. This Fall, Max toured with Waitress in Wisconsin and Iowa. Twelfth Night is Max’s third production with SF Playhouse. When he isn’t playing bass or cello, Max can be found racing bicycles for Rock Lobster Cycles throughout North America and Europe.
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