Andrew Lovett is a composer, once based in Cambridge, UK, specializing in chamber-music, electroacoustic music, opera, music-theatre and music for theatre and film. He currently resides in the USA.
BiCoastal Events is a division of BiCoastal Productions. For almost a decade, BiCoastal Productions has been providing top entertainment to casinos and performing arts centers throughout North America. Their signature hands-on approach to talent procurement is finally available to Event Planners throughout the world with BiCoastal Events.
As one of the fastest-growing entertainment booking agencies in the industry, they pride themselves in a fresh eye for talent AND on the integrity, respect and professionalism with which they match the right talent to the right venue.
California Artists Management has over thirty-five years of experience representing an internationally renowned roster of performing artists to presenters throughout the world. Donald E. Osborne and Susan Endrizzi Morris combine a sophisticated level of professionalism with an educated understanding of programming, artists and audiences. Each began their career in the arts as a professional musician and university professor.
Cherylyn Lavagnino's choreographic mission is to create movement that engages an audience by aligning the rigor of ballet with the humanistic performance values of contemporary dance. Her choreography uses pointe work as a platform to delve into the range of human interaction and emotion.
Composer Donnacha Dennehy’s music has been featured in festivals and venues around the world, such as the Edinburgh International Festival, Carnegie Hall New York, The Barbican London, The Wigmore Hall London, The Linbury at the Royal Opera House London, BAM New York, Tanglewood Festival, Holland Festival, Kennedy Center, and more.
An award-winning playwright whose plays have received numerous national and international productions, including Days and Nights Within, A Narrow Bed, The Trojan Women, Helen, Septimus and Clarissa, and more. Ellen is an actor who has worked on and Off Broadway as well as extensively in regional theater. She is most well known for having originated the part of the Angel in Tony Kushner’s Angels in America.
Gary S. Fagin has conducted, composed, orchestrated and arranged music for symphony orchestras across the country, ballet, Broadway and Off-Broadway, public radio, regional and repertory theaters, and university and conservatory orchestras.
The Record Studio, owned and operated by Kaarin Record Leach, is a multi-faceted music service that has been in business since 1992. In addition to providing private piano instruction, Kaarin also offers choral accompanying, choral directing, and collaborative piano & vocal coaching services at the highest level of artistry in New York, New Jersey, and North Carolina.
Distinguished by a roster of the region’s most accomplished musicians, The Knickerbocker Chamber Orchestra is a professional ensemble under the direction of Gary S. Fagin, serving the lower Manhattan community.
Meta-Phys Ed. creates original performance works that explore the relationship between religion, spirituality, culture and politics, often drawing inspiration from sacred and classical text. Meta-Phys Ed. was founded in 2011 by Jesse Freedman and Rabbi Bronwen Mullin, and it continues to emanate from their shared interest in ancient Jewish text, contemporary forms, and experimental process.
An immersion into the world of acting on screen. The job of a screen actor is to tell the story, moment by moment, as clearly and truthfully as possible. From the particulars of working on set, to building a relationship with the camera, The Moving Frame invites actors to enter into the world of telling stories on screen and learn in a unique setting that will urge you to rethink the way you train.
The Princeton Arts Alumni is building a network and resources for those in the arts as creators, managers, patrons, and enthusiasts. The organization welcomes all who are involved in the arts, regardless of industry, region, level of expertise, or title.
The Humanities Council Fund for Canadian Studies, Program in Journalism and Princeton Environmental Institute present the International Symposium on Indigenous Communities and Climate Change 2018.
Rinde Eckert is an award-winning writer, composer, librettist, musician, performer and director. His Opera / New Music Theatre productions have toured throughout North America and major theater festivals in Europe and Asia. With a virtuosic command of gesture, language and song, this total theatre artist moves beyond the boundaries of what a 'play,' a 'dance piece,' an 'opera' or 'musical' might be, in the service of grappling with complex issues.
Simon Morrison specializes in 20th-century music, particularly Russian, Soviet, and French music, with special interests in dance, cinema, aesthetics, and historically informed performance based on primary sources. He is a professor of Music and Director of the Canadian Studies Program at Princeton University, and recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship among other distinctions and awards.
The Seaport Community Coalition is comprised of representatives of several community groups and residents from the area south of the Brooklyn Bridge and east of lower Broadway. The Coalition was established in 1986 in order to bring a unified voice and channel for action to quality of life issues that impact the residents and businesses of the area.
Susan Hamburger is a lighting designer who has designed the lighting for Urban Bush Women for over 14 years and has worked with such notable artists as Alvin Ailey Dance Theater, Craig Harris, Lucinda Childs, Mark Rucker and Mark Morris.