SFCM TAC Alumni—Sound and Image
October 13th, 2018 Playback page
“Sound and Image” combined instrumental music by working composers using sonic textures,
live musicians, dancers and visuals. Music by SFCM alumni Costas Dafnis, Kyle Randall,
Daria Novo, Daniel De Togni, and “Sky.” Choreography by Khala Brannigan.
*TAC is “Technology and Applied Composition” at SFCM
Composers and Choreographer
Sky” (Jim Schuyler) |
Daria Novo |
Costas Dafnis |
Daniel De Togni |
Chelsea (Tin-Yi) Wong, piano;
Sam Weiser, violin;
Maria van der Sloot, violin;
Justine Preston, viola;
Evan Kahn, viola;
Jonathan Szin, clarinet;
Jessie Nucho, flute;
Katie Lynn Baker, soprano;
Anna Aistova, soprano
Book and Libretto for The End of the World:
by Zann Gill;
visuals by Seana McNamara Oliver
Video backdrop for Unlikely:
by Christian Zamora
by Khala Brannigan
Rumors & Evidence— “Sky”;
Unlikely— Daria Novo;
Weather Veins— Costas Dafnis
Tonight's Choreography: Khala Brannigan, a native of Santa Fe, New Mexico began her training with Moving People Dance Theatre under the direction
of Ronn Stewart and Layla Amis. Brannigan is a LINES Ballet Training Program alumna of 2011-2013 and and since graduating, she founded
Brannigan Dance Works. As a choreographer, Brannigan has formerly collaborated with local opera singers, musicians, visual artists, video
designers and more. Her work has been included in West Wave Dance Festival, Summer Performance Festival, San Francisco Dance Film Festival
and SF International Arts Festival. As a dancer, Brannigan is currently working with Robert Moses’ Kin.
Please see the program booklet
for more about the dance.
Videography: Please see the program booklet
for more about
Seana McNamara Oliver and Christian Zamora, who produced video backdrops included tonight's performance.
Book and Libretto: Zann Gill create the book and libretto for “The End of the World” for which
I Lost the Thread and Rumors and Evidence were composed. Please see the program booklet
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