A guitarist with a repertoire ranging from Bach to the Beatles, Andrew Schulman is a professional musician based in New York City. Hailed by the New York Times for having “graceful introspection and an ear for timbral shading” Andrew Schulman is a musician of a variety of art forms. He is a versatile guitarist, medical musician, author, lecturer, and consultant in the field of music and medicine. Mr. Schulman has appeared as soloist throughout the United States and Europe in venues ranging from Carnegie Hall to The Improv in New York City, to London’s Royal Albert Hall and the Chelsea Arts Club. He founded the Abaca String Band, string quintet, in 1991; they appeared on the Carnegie Hall Neighborhood Concert Series, as well as at The White House, Newport Music Festival, the Library of Congress, Chautauqua Institution, and Musikfest among others. Mr. Schulman has recorded for the Centaur label.