Mimi Rabson – violinist, violist, composer, educator
Dubbed “…dazzling, violin phenom” by the Boston Globe, Mimi Rabson has distinguished herself as one of Boston’s most creative and versatile musicians. She appears regularly in classical, jazz, Klezmer and other eclectic performances. She is a first-prize winner of the Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship in composition. Ms. Rabson was a founding member of the Klezmer Conservatory Band and appeared with Itzhak Perlman on the recording called “In the Fiddler’s House” and on “The Late Show with David Letterman”. Ms. Rabson is a Stringletter Press composer and arranger providing many pieces for the String Charts catalogue. She is a Professor at Berklee College of Music and a sought-after clinician. Her 3rd book “Arranging for Strings” is now available from Berklee Press/Hal Leonard.
For more: mimirabson.com
“… one of the elite players on Boston’s jazz-world fusion scene.” – The Boston Phoenix
“… very attractive harmonic package…her beautiful, musky sound on electric violin brought back some nice memories of Stuff Smith”– ArtsFuse
“… aggressively eclectic and a master of every style she touches” – Bowed Radio