About lschwadron

Beginning a lifelong pursuit of French Horn and performance at the age of 8, Louis Schwadron graduated from the Juilliard School and worked with James Levine, Kurt Masur, Bobby McFerrin, Marvin Hamlisch, Yo Yo Ma, Joshua Bell, The Boston Symphony Orchestra, The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, and The St. Gallen Symphonie Orkester, Switzerland.

Louis took his classical training to the international rock stages performing with David Bowie, Elton John, The Polyphonic Spree,Ray Charles, Queen, Patti Labelle, Tom Cruise and Oprah Winfrey. Louis has composed and performed for John Cameron Mitchell's "Shortbus", Polyphonic Spree Records "Together Were Heavy" and "The Fragile Army", and wrote and directed original rock theater pieces "Horn Star," "Carnival of the Animals," "A Polyphonic Christmas Carol," and on Sunday, January 28, Louis will be performing his his one-man multimedia musical "FUNERAL" at Ars Nova theater starting at 8:00 p.m.

Two Minute Mitzvah

By May 31, 2007

In this third installment of Two Minute Mitzah, our favorite moral philosopher Rabbi Yoni Goldfarb explores the concept of time and how not having enough of it engenders making nice… in da voirld. Not every Talmudic scholar forfeits his place … Read More

Two Minute Mitzvah: Episode 2

By March 5, 2007

The second episode of Rabbi Yoni Goldfarb's quest to spread goodness two minutes at a time. Click on the video to play. See Jewcy's interview with the Two Minute Mitzvah creator, Louis Schwadron.

2 Minute Mitzvah: Volume 1

By January 22, 2007

In the first of his “Two Minute Mitzvah” video series, former Polyphonic Spree French hornist and latex impresario Louis Schwadron transforms himself into Rabbi Yoni Goldfarb, the people’s rabbi, with morsels of everflowing kindness in the murky webstream waters of … Read More