Hahn Rowe

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Hahn Rowe is an internationally renowned violinist, guitarist, composer, and engineer/producer involved in a wide range of projects. Originally a violinist and guitarist with New York City dream-poppers Hugo Largo, Rowe became a session player in the New York scene.

As a musician, he has worked with Glenn Branca, Foetus, Swans, Ikue Mori, R.E.M., David Byrne, and Moby. Behind the boards, he has engineered and produced recordings for Bill Laswell, Roy Ayers, Antony and the Johnsons, and Yoko Ono, among many others.

Rowe is a three-time Bessie Award recipient, and his long-standing collaboration with Brussels/Berlin-based choreographer Meg Stuart (Damaged Goods) has resulted in the creation of eight evening-length dance/theater works. He has also created scores for choreographers Benoit Lachambre, Louise Lecavalier, and John Jasperse.

Active as a composer for film and television, Rowe has created scores for films such as Clean, Shaven by Lodge Kerrigan, Spring Forward by Tom Gilroy, Married in America by Michael Apted, and Sing Your Song by Susanne Rostock.


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