Malcolm Dalglish is a hammer dulcimer player and composer whose work draws on his diverse background in choir, theatre and folk music. A choirboy in the 1960s with The American Boychoir, Malcolm later attended Oberlin College, where he joined a resident theatre company and worked with Bill Irwin and Julie Taymore. While a music education student at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, he designed and built over sixty hammer dulcimers. Mr Dalglish was a founding member of the popular folk trio Metamora and has nine albums out, including solo offerings onthe Windham Hill label. The American Boychoir, The St. Olaf Choir, The Indianapolis Children's Choir and other choirs throughout the land have commissioned his folk inspired music. In 1997 he formed The Oolites, an engaging young group of folk singers. Their second CD, Hymnody of Earth, is a spiritual celebration of nature that has been performed by choirs around the world.
Malcolm Dalglish is published by Boosey & Hawkes.