STEWART NACHMIAS
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MUSIC BY STEWART NACHMIAS
In addition to being an artist & printmaker, Stewart Nachmias is also an accomplished musician & composer. He has performed music in and around NYC for over 20 years. He is currently working on a compilation of music that he's written & produced over the past 10 years. The working title Modern Music for Guitar & Puppet, will feature music from short films, televsion pilots, and theatrical productions. Click on the links below to hear samples.

NAKED LUNCHEONETTE
PUPPET LOVE
TOMMY'S METAL
FRANK CHASES RAT
1979
DANCE OF THE ASSES
THE POLIVIAN
PUPPET SHOW
UNCLE WEE WEE'S THEME MUSIC

PUPPETRY BY STEWART NACHMIAS
Stewart Nachmias began as a ventriloquist at the age of 8, winning a talent contest in grade school using a puppet of his own making. At 14 he became a professional puppeteer, and has since performed at New York's Lincoln Center, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Ensemble Studio Theatre, the Westport Country Playhouse, and on Nickelodeon Television. He was (and still is) a featured puppeteer with the internationally known puppet troupe Poko Puppets. He has also performed his own children's show for thousands of children in the NYC area. You can find more info about his work with children at stewzo.com.

As well as performing for children, Stew frequently partners with his ventriloquist puppet Frank and has appeared at comedy clubs around the city such as Stand-Up NY and the Comic Strip. He also has appeared with the musical comedy group The Clamtones, performing at high-profile Gotham venus including the Bitter End, Westbeth Theatre Center, Tompkins Square Arts Festival, and more. Most recently, Stewart has appeared in a Miller Lite national commercial. Most of the puppets he uses, he designs and builds himself.



Stew & Irving, 1968. Frank Stew & Frank



Stewzo's Puppet Variety Show Puppet Heads



The Polivian Stew & Frank as
Uncle Wee Wee & Woodenhead


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