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 Nashville, and the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Non-Violent Social Change in Atlanta, SFO was a miraculour, fun filled musical journey. The Premiere Album, […]
Imagine Janis Joplin, Joan Baez, Annie Ross and Edith Piaf taking a turn from Barbara Kingsolver and Dr. Seuss and you’ll have some idea of these mad and moving musical adventures! Whether it’s a plaintive cry for families at the border, a polyrhythmic improvisation on the physics of sound, an anthem to the preservation of […]
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 unlikely but perfect musical event is created. With songs from the sublimely romantic to the superbly ridiculous, Elise and Mick complement each other’s compositions, […]
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 Rhiannon beginning in 2006. In 2008 I became part of the first All the Way In, a year-long training in the powerful body-based vocal […]
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.