Charlie Bisharat

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Charlie Bisharat
Genres New Age
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Violin
Associated acts Shadowfax

Charlie Bisharat is an American Grammy-winning violinist who has toured and/or recorded with numerous notable artists. He was a member of Shadowfax, who won a Best New Age Performance Grammy in 1988 for Folksongs for a Nuclear Village. He has toured with Yanni during the Reflections of Passion, Revolution in Sound, Dare to Dream and Yanni Live, The Symphony Concerts 1993 concert tours. He is also featured on John Tesh's live concert video Live at Red Rocks. Bisharat accompanied Tesh in live shows as his "co-writer" and "co-producer".[1]

Bisharat's work can be heard in more than 200 recordings, including soundtracks such as Swordfish, Texas Rangers and Steal Big Steal Little. He also had cameo performances in Austin Powers in Goldmember and The Drew Carey Show and Friends. Bisharat has written and recorded a jazz improvisational book and CD, "Beyond Classical Violin" for Cherry Lane Music.

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Artists with whom Charlie Bisharat has toured and/or recorded violin/strings include: [1]


  • Along the Amazon (1993)


  1. ^ Shapiro, Craig (1997-05-26). "Tesh Pleases Loyal Crowd with High-Energy Show". The Virginian-Pilot. Landmark Communications. pp. B3. Retrieved 2007-12-16. 

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