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Today on the Small World our guest is Natalia Paruz who plays such novelty musical instruments as the musical saw, pitched Austrian cowbells, handbells, the glass harp, theremin and more.
Natalia has performed with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Zubin Mehta, with the Westchester Philharmonic Orchestra, the Royal Air Moroccan Symphony Orchestra and at Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall with PDQ Bach composer Peter Schickele and with the Little Orchestra Society. In 2007 she debuted as a musical saw soloist Carnegie Hall and in 2008 marked her Madison Square Garden debut. Natalia also performs in more modest locations on the streets and the subways of New York City.
Natalia has recently released Hark! An Angel Sings with arrangements by composer and husband Scott R. Munson and with Christmas just around the corner I thought she’d be a perfect guest to have on today’s Small World.