Mark Dudrow, cello

    Mark Dudrow may be the region's most versatile cellist, living and performing in the Upper Rio Grande corridor for over 20 years. He has been involved in projects across many genres of music including classical, rock n roll, tango, improvisation and traditional folk music from around the world. He works primarily with singer songwriters in this area and beyond, most frequently in the Americana/Folk duo "Kate Mann and Mark Dudrow". He is also a member of the group "Radio Free Bassanda," playing music rooted in the Balkans and Middle East.
    In addition to live performances, he teaches beginning and intermediate cello and does session work for recording projects. 
    Dudrow is dedicated to musical diversity and to bringing the cello to unusual venues whether it is playing Bach Suites at the dedication ceremony for the Great Sand Dunes National Park, sitting in with a Norteño band at a biker bar, or cross-country skiing with his cello to a recording session in a backcountry yurt.