One Man Many Voices<br />

Storytelling is central to all of Bill’s work – for performing, teaching, consulting, speaking and writing.

The Boy who wanted to Shiver and Shudder
One of the Grimm's Brothers tales from Germany. We have played with it a bit.

One of Bill's many stories available—refresh the page to see another. Visit Bill's YouTube Channel to see them all or subscribe below.

Some performance highlights include:

    The New York Philharmonic
  • Commissioned by the orchestra as librettist and narrator on a new work The Roaring Mountain with composer Jon Deak for the Young Peoples Concert, World Premier, Avery Fisher Hall, NYC, April 2005.
  • Instrument Village pieces created and performed with Jon Deak and Very Young Composers for Series of KIDZONE LIVE! 2005 – 2012.
  • New York Philharmonic - Young People Concerts
    The Easter Egg Roll at the White House
  • Washington, DC
  • Featured Storyteller – 1998, 1999, 2000.
    The Byzantine Fresco Chapel Museum
  • Houston, TX
  • Commissioned to create and perform a program of Greek and Cypriot Tales, June 2009.
  • - Byzantine Fresco
    The Clearwater Festival
  • Pete Seeger’s Hudson River Fest
  • Featured storyteller, June 2007.
  • Clearwater Festival
    The Tribeca Film Festival Family Day
  • Tribeca, NYC
  • Storytelling consultant, host and performer, 2002 – 2011
  • Tribecca Film Festival
    The Gerald Ford Amphitheatre
  • Vail, Colorado
  • Family Concert
    Steinway Hall
  • New York City
  • An Evening of Music with Stories with Carter Brey, Jon Deak & George Wurzbach, 2007.
    The American Museum of Natural History
  • New York City
  • Featured storyteller for Family Night
  • Featured family storyteller for evening honoring major contributors to museum
    The Museum of American Folk Art
  • New York City
  • Series of storytelling programs created to accompany specific exhibitions.
    Scholastic’s 75th Birthday
    Family Heritage Storytelling Project
  • At PS 150 Tribeca, NYC
  • Funded by Parents As Partners Grant
  • Worked with families on their own heritage stories.
    The Bronx Zoo
  • A series of performances specifically tied to themes of exhibitions.
  • Bronx Zoo
    Hans Christian Andersen Storytelling
  • Created and curated by Diana Wolkstein
  • Stories at the statue in Central Park 2005 - 2011
    Scandinavia House
  • Scandinavia House – Programs of Scandinavian Tales, 2006 – 2011.
  • Scandinavia House