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DAVID COULTER

David Coulter has worked throughout the world as a multi-instrumentalist, artist and artistic director of large-scale musical and theatrical events. He is also a composer for dance, theatre, cinema, television and radio. As a specialist in unusual instruments, including the ukulele, musical saw, electric mandolin, Jew's harp and Stroh violin, he served as music director and multi-instrumentalist in the opera The Black Rider, with Tom Waits and Robert Wilson, and also with Damon Albarn (Gorillaz) on the opera Monkey: Journey to the West. Among many other artists he toured for several years with The Pogues and with Marianne Faithfull. He has also played the didgeridoo for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on a number of official occasions and in concert with the Kronos Quartet.

For further information please visit www.myspace.com/davidcoulter.

Role: Classical Artist 
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