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'Acting almost seems our family des-
tiny," he says. "We're all very creative."
Sasha Luminsky, working as an
instrumentalist and conductor, brings
a varied musical background to the
Shaw Festival. Besides being a rehears-
al keyboardist, he will conduct Pal
Joey, filled with standards written by
Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart.
"I'm really considered a music
intern, and I'm glad to be working
with all the wonderful Broadway
music," says Luminsky, 45, who stud-
ied at the St. Petersburg Institute of
Art and Culture and performed in
Bulgaria before moving to
Canada in 1992. "I'm also a
professional accordion player
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Luminsky has appeared with
the Flying Bulgar Klezmer
Band, Beyond the Pale and trio
Norte, sometimes traveling to
distant countries and bringing
various musical styles into their work.
Bill Bridges, who plays guitar for trio
Norte, worked with the Shaw Festival
and referred Luminsky, who last year
performed music by Kurt Weill.
"The Shaw Festival has been one of
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who considers his Jewish roots impor-
tant to his klezmer shows. "The envi-
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