Classical, reggae, and jazz composer, pianist, and cellist. He founded the FLUX quartet and performed with several music artists, including Charles Ives, Frank Zappa, and Phil Ramone. A kid musical prodigy, he performed in the Metropolitan Opera and on Broadway before his tenth birthday and produced his Carnegie Hall debut at age fifteen. He went to both Juilliard College and Harvard University or college. He was created and elevated in NEW YORK. He performed cello on Coldplay and Chris Martin’s “Viva La Vida” monitor.