One Man Many Voices<br />

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

Magic Lake
A Quest Tale from Ecuador. Follows the 3's pattern story with a dazzling female adventure to complete the task.

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.
  • Menil.org - 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
  • www.vvf.org
    Steinway Hall
  • New York City
  • An Evening of Music with Stories with Carter Brey, Jon Deak & George Wurzbach, 2007.
  • www.steinwayhall.com
    The American Museum of Natural History
  • New York City
  • Featured storyteller for Family Night
  • Featured family storyteller for evening honoring major contributors to museum
  • www.amnh.org
    The Museum of American Folk Art
  • New York City
  • Series of storytelling programs created to accompany specific exhibitions.
  • folkartmuseum.org
    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