ECM recording artist David Rothenberg has performed and recorded on clarinet with Pauline Oliveros, Peter Gabriel, Ray Phiri, Scanner, and the Karnataka College of Percussion. He has sixteen CDs out under his own name, including On the Cliffs of the Heart, named one of the top ten releases of 1995 by Jazziz magazine, and One Dark Night I Left My Silent House, a duet album with pianist Marilyn Crispell, called "une petite miracle" by Le Monde and named by The Village Voice one of the ten best CDs of 2010. Rothenberg is the author of Why Birds Sing, book and CD, published in seven languages and the subject of a BBC television documentary. He is also the author of numerous other books on music, art, and nature, including Thousand Mile Song, about making music with whales, and Survival of the Beautiful, about aesthetics in evolution. Several of these projects have become NYIH conferences. His book and CD Bug Music, featuring the sounds of the entomological world, has been featured on PBS News Hour and in The New Yorker. His latest recordings are Cicada Dream Band and Berlin Bülbül. Rothenberg is professor of philosophy and music at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.