played by Allan Corduner
The Arrowpoint's "pet" musician, Klesmer is a talented Viennese musician and composer employed to teach music to the Arrowpoint's daughter Catherine.
Allan Corduner has appeared on stage, in film and on television. He is perhaps best known for his role in Mike Leigh's Topsy-Turvy as Arthur Sullivan (of 'Gilbert and...'). This followed numerous supporting roles, and extensive theatre work in both London's West End and on Broadway. In addition to a leading role in the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical Titanic, other stage work includes the London and New York productions of Caryl Churchill's seminal 80's play Serious Money. Corduner's Masterpiece Theatre credits include Foyle's War and The Way We Live Now (as Croll).