An archive of Collaborative projects between Elise and the Daily Antidote of Song!
View Post BECKY REARDON ~ TERRY GARTHWAITE ~ ELISE WITT Imagine Janis Joplin, Joan Baez, Annie Ross and Edith Piaf taking a turn from Barbara Kingsolver and Dr. Seuss and […]
Imagine a cabaret starring Fats Waller and Edith Piaf. When Mick Kinney’s wry humor and exquisite piano playing meet Elise Witt’s chameleon voice and world music repertoire, just such an […]
Rhiannon is a vocal artist with a vision of music as a vehicle for innovation, healing, transformation, and social change. I have been blessed with the opportunity to study intensively […]
with Carol Burch Brown, Ann Kilkelly, Celeste Miller and Elise Witt. Featuring the performance soundtrack for the Salt Marsh Suite with Elise Witt, the Taubman Museum’s brochure and exhibition review.
“Singing Darwin” will be an orchestrated convergence of electro-acoustic and vocal music, Web 2.0 collaborative networks, readings, imagery based in Darwin’s primary sources, and live performances at participating science, art, theater, and library venues.
On 14 February 2013 – V-DAY, one billion people in 207 countries rose and danced to demand an end to violence against women and girls. On 14 February 2014, we […]
In Atlanta, it has been my delight for many years to harmonize with Joyce Williams and Jacqueline Howard aka Joyce & Jacque. Joyce & Jacque have been singing together since […]
It has been my joy and honor to collaborate with Barbara McAfee at concerts in Minneapolis and Atlanta. I have also been fortunate to study with Barbara using her Full […]
Ann Kilkelly and Carol Burch Brown have joined with Patrick Turner to create the crazy, quirky band Junk DNA. Tap dance, ukuleles, upright bass, and great vocal harmonies define their […]
From the Lincoln Center Out of Doors Festival in New York to the North Georgia Folk Festival In Athens, from the Folkway in New Hampshire to the Bluebird Café in […]
In 1985, my band the Small Family Orchestra went on a cultural exchange to the revolutionizing country of Nicaragua. Traveling from Jinotepe to Matagalpa, from Leon to Esteli, we met […]
The Theatrical Outfit was an experimental ensemble theater, creating original plays that included music, dance, spoken word, and innovative staging. Our theater was in a converted laudromat on St. Charles […]
Alternate ROOTS is a coalition of artists who work at the intersection of art and activism. ROOTS has been a font of inspiration since I first joined in 1978, and […]
It’s been an honor to be part of the Musicians’ Collective for the School of the Americas Watch for the last 6 years. Over 20,000 people gather each November to […]
I am a proud member of the American Federation of Musicians Local 1000, a non-geographical local of traveling musicians from across the United States and Canada. Here are some of […]