October 24, 2013
October 24, 2013
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October 10, 2013
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September 25, 2013
I had a great time Saturday, September 21st, at the Fairhaven Art Block – FAB . There was improv dance, flash poetry, live model sketching and more. The Grand Performance began at 8pm at the Firehouse Performing Arts Center with Susan Haines dance production of “Gazing” (music courtesy of yours truly on the Spectropol Label – 2013) featuring sculptures by artist Prentiss Cole. Great performances once again by dancers Hannah Andersen, Alona Christman and Shannon Tallman, Looking forward to more shows in March!
Other performances at FAB were Nancy Canyon, Prentiss Cole, Joy Olney, Chris Shreve, Tom Wood, Anita K. Boyle and Kevin Murphy. Read more here: http://www.bellinghamherald.com/2013/09/16/3204599/fairhaven-art-block-party-includes.html#storylink=cpy
August 31, 2013
August 29/30th brought excellent dance performances set to my new work “Gazing” (Spectropol) at the Firehouse Performing Arts Center – Bellingham, Washington. Choreography by Susan Haines, performances by Hannah Andersen, Alona Christman, Shannon Tallman (It Must Have Been Violet Dance Productions).
Opening, three dancers in focus and as they gracefully extend outward, the stage opens. As the second piece titled “Apparition” suggests, they might be ghosts. A beautiful production and wonderfully haunting. The performance and choreography outstanding. As the piece ends and the lighting fades to black, we know the apparitions dance on. Bravo.
June 28, 2013
Kicking off summer with an EP release over at the exciting Spectropol netlabel. “Seattle-based composer and improviser J.C. Combs presents an EP of processed piano recordings, each of the three pieces serving as a sonic reverie between worlds.” – Spectropol. Here’s the link.