Music: Marc Barreca
Dance: Marilynn Danitz
Marc Barreca has been composing and performing electronic music for over twenty-five years. In the late 1970âs and early 1980âs he performed with the Seattle-based electronic music group Young Scientist and released recordings on Palace of Lights and Intrepid labels. He was also a member of K. Leimerâs studio group, Savant. Marc uses digital and analog synthesizers, digital samplers, environmental field recordings and computer processed audio loops to create multi-layered compositions. Cinder Cone was recorded at Drab Studios, Bainbridge Island on a computer using sampled and synthesized sounds.
Marilynn Danitz is the Artistic Director, High Frequency Wavelengths; President Ex Officio, American Dance Guild Awards: Jacob's Pillow Artist Residency, Dance Brew's Outstanding Dance Theatre Work of the Year, Choreography Award of Distinction, Real Art Ways National Residency. Presentations: Japan, Australia, Italy, China, Taiwan, Korea, Bulgaria, Colombia, Cyprus, Greece, Poland, Russia, Belarus, the Philippines, Canada, 14 international festivals New York Broadcasts: NBC, ABC, and in 9 countries Collaborations with: poet-laureate, Allen Ginsberg; photographer, Jerry Uelsmann; composer, Jesu Pinzon Juror: National Choreography Competition,Vitebsk Invited guest speaker in international conferences, and with Mikhail Baryshnikov in a television interview
Dancers: Meredith Blouin, Jessica Burns