3/8/2008 International Women's Day 2008

 

*Sonic Visions (10-11am)*
Hosted by Dixie Treichel
Music and sounds by women who compose, score, orchestrate and design for film, theater and dance.

Playlist Tracks: 
Gina Leishman, composer, multi-instrumentalist - o mistress mine, composed for 12th Night at the California Shakespeare Theatre
Album: Bed Time; Label:
Rachel Portman, composer, orchestrator - Emma End Titles, a period film based on the novel of the same name by Jane Austen
Album: Emma: Music From The Miramax Motion Picture; Label:
Carly Zuckweiler, audio engineer, sound designer - audio engineer, edit mix for the film Green Green Water
Album: feature length documentary about the affects of hydro electric power in Manatoba, available only on DVD; Label:
Meredith Monk, composer, performer - Shaking, from Mercy a collaboration with Ann Hamilton for interdisciplinary theater with video, music, movement
Album: Mercy; Label:
Mary Ellen Childs, composer, multimedia artist - After Dust, performed by Ethel from the evening-length Dream House, for string quartet with accompanying multi-image video surrounding the musicians
Album: Dream House; Label:
Ebony Tay, composer, producer, performer - The Life, from the film Hate Crime, A thought-provoking suspense drama is a testament to the power of love and the damaging consequences of intolerance.
Album: Hate Crime Original Motion Picture Soundtrack; Label:
Beth Custer, composer, performer - My Grandmother, a silent film by Soviet Georgian director Kote Mikaberidze made in 1929 and banned by the Soviet regime for 40 years
Album: available only on DVD; Label:
Dixie Treichel, composer, sound designer, performer - Down to Mother, music, recording, edit mix (text by Gina Gionfriddo)
Album: from a theatrical sound design for the play After Ashley by Gina Gionfriddo. After Ashley is about how the media pop culture exploits people's grief.; Label:
Mildred Couper, composer, performer ( 1887-1974 ) - Xanadu for 2 pianos tuned a quarter tone apart, Ballet music for the play Marco Millions by Eugene O’Neill
Album: If Tigers Were Clouds; Label:
Meredith Monk, composer, performer, director - Cave Song, from Book of Days, a film about time, drawing parallels between the Middle Ages, a time of war, plague and fear of the Apocalypse, with our modern times of racial and religious conflict, AIDs, and the fear of nuclear annihilation.
Album: Book of Days, soundtrack; also on DVD; Label:
Air Date: 
March 8, 2008

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