Miriam Sturm
Kevin Plummer

  Born in a small town in central Ohio and grew up in Cincinnati.  Started playing the violin at eight.  She attended Indiana University in Bloomington, where she studied  with Josef Gingold.  From 1979 to 1985, she toured the U.S. and Canada with the accoustic trio, Eclectricity, and appeared with Joan Baez, Bo Diddley,

John Sebastian, Paul Simmon, and Robin Williams.

  In 1988, she performed in Steppenwolf Theatre’s production of “The Grapes of Wrath” starring Gary Sinise, which eventually went to Broadway and won two Tony Awards in 1990.  Miriam has appeared in and composed music for two dozen plays.  Her score for “Black Snow” won a Joseph Jefferson award in 1993, and she wrote the music for an anniversary production of “The

Glass Menagerie” at Broadway’s Roundabout Theatre in 1994.  Miram loves all kinds of music, but reserves a special passon for East European Gypsy Violin.  She resides in Chicago, and wishes you all Love and Happiness.

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