Music is a universal language that touches us all. It’s food for the soul. Through song, rhythm and storytelling, I hope to release the young imagination to explore here, there and everywhere.
Elias Schutzman is a teaching artist for the Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning Through the Arts (since 2016) and has recently joined the Young Audiences of Maryland teaching artist roster in 2017. For over five years he has been performing interactive story-telling assemblies in public schools throughout Maryland. As a musician, Elias plays drums for The Flying Eyes and Black Lung, releasing 7 original albums and touring internationally since 2010. As an actor, he has worked with local theatre companies such as Center Stage, Everyman Theatre and most recently the Baltimore Rock Opera Society. A native son, Elias attended the Baltimore School for the Arts and went on to receive a BA in Theatre from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Maryland Wolf Trap
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