Relocating in 1975, from New York to Washington, DC, Bollenback began to study and perform both straight-ahead jazz and fusion.  He majored in music at the University of Miami, then studied for eight years with Baltimore-based professor of Theory/Composition Asher Zlotnick.  In 1987 he made his recording debut on saxophonist Gary Thomas’sSeventh Quadrant (Enja), and


Rob Levit

Rob Levit is a multi-directional artist. While principally known as a guitarist and leader of the Rob Levit Trio renowned for its jazz renditions and improvisations, he also paints, writes poetry and essays and is active in infusing creativity and leadership into schools, communities and the workplace. Levit lives on the cutting-edge of artistic inspiration

“Steve Herberman exhibits a vast harmonic palette involving uncommon stretches on the fretboard along with a real capacity to burn on fluent single note lines… His sheer command of the instrument puts one in mind of such jazz guitar masters as Joe Pass, Joe Diorio, Lenny Breau, and Gene Bertoncini. His nuanced touch, excellent tone,