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Bobby Halvorson: Curriculum Vitae Performer/Composer/Conductor/Songwriter/Arranger/Educator (Last Update: April 21, 2014)

Bobby Halvorson 406 N. Marengo Ave. Pasadena, CA 91101 bhalvors@stanford.edu     http://www.bobby-halvorson.com Born April 15, 1985 in Carmichael, CA

Education 2010-2013

2008-2010

2003-2007

California Institute of the Arts, Doctor of Musical Arts, May 2013. Performance and composition of contemporary art music, extended vocal technique, experimental popular music, musical theatre. California Institute of the Arts, Master of Fine Arts, May 2010. Music composition, additional studies and research in extended vocal technique and vocal performance. University of California Santa Barbara, Bachelor of Arts, Magna Cum Laude. Music composition.

College Music Teaching Experience: 2014

2013

Instructor of “Creative Expression in Musical Directing” – Stanford, CA Stanford University, Winter Quarter 2014. Duties: Exploring different ways of directing a piece of musical theatre that is unbound by massive budgetary needs and Broadway aesthetic. Instructor of “Progressive Musical Theater” – Stanford, CA Stanford University, Fall Quarter 2013 and Winter Quarter of 2014. Duties: Conducting and supervising a course that explores uncharted territory in the genre of musical theater, moving beyond the famous works of Sondheim and Llyod Weber to more contemporary ideas and techniques in staging, music, performance art and more.

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2013

2012

2012

2011

2009

2008-2012

Instructor of “Undergraduate Composers Forum” – Valencia, CA California Institute of the Arts, Spring Semester 2013. Duties: Overseeing the work of undergraduate composers, moderating discussion and critique of students’ compositions, arranging and producing the Undergraduate Composers Concerts for the Spring semester of 2013. Instructor of “Intro to Composition” – Valencia, CA California Institute of the Arts, Fall Semester 2012 and Spring Semester 2013. Duties: Teaching details and considerations when writing music both instrumentally and electronically to students who are non-composition majors. Details range from orchestration and production to form, style, borrowing and other compositional techniques (aleatoric, chance, serial, improvised). Music Theater Workshop – Valencia, CA California Institute of the Arts, October 2012. Duties: Coaching ensemble cast in specific techniques of using the voice as they relate to a character as well as teaching music, composing sound design, and stage directing. Instructor of “Writing for Voice” – Valencia, CA California Institute of the Arts, Fall Semester 2011 Duties: teaching a course that deals with composing for the human voice in all settings including solo, ensemble, extended techniques, and with other instruments. Director and Conductor of CalArts Contemporary Vocal Ensemble/Chamber Singers – Valencia, CA California Institute of the Arts. Duties: choosing repertoire, conducting and directing CalArts’ mixed vocal ensemble. The aim of the ensemble is to choose and perform repertoire that is not traditionally familiar to a chorus including noise pieces, world choral music, and student compositions and arrangements. Instructor of Core Curriculum Music Theory – Valencia, CA California Institute of the Arts Duties: teaching a first and second year collegiate level theory course on the principles of voice leading and other theoretical models of tonal music.

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2008-2013

Graduate Teaching Assistant and Tutor in Music Theory – Valencia, CA California Institute of the Arts, 2008-present Duties: Instruction, grading, overseeing theory, musicianship, and piano proficiency for undergraduate core curriculum music theory. Reference: Rob Wannamaker, robwannama@calarts.edu

Other Teaching Experience and Workshops 2014

2014

2012

2010– present

2009-present

2010-2011

Instructor of Voice and Guitar Angelic Music International Inc., Arcadia, CA Duties: Teaching private and group lessons in both guitar and vocal performance. Instructor of Voice and Guitar Rhodes School of Music, Los Angeles, CA Duties: Teaching private lessons in guitar, vocal performance, songwriting, theory, and composition Musical Theater Workshop – Los Angeles, CA Kirk Douglas Theater, August 2012. Duties: Musical director for Jomama Jones | Radiate, teaching a five member band and three back-up vocalists fourteen original songs for pop-artist/stage persona Jomama Jones. Private Composition Teacher – Los Angeles, CA Duties: Teaching individual lessons in the craft of arranging and composing music and songs for styles including contemporary classical (solo, chamber and orchestral) and rock/singer-songwriter. Private Vocal Coach – Los Angeles, CA Duties: providing vocal instruction for students interested in singing classical, theatrical, experimental, popular (rock, metal, jazz), and folk. Director of the Santa Clarita Valley Men of Harmony Barbershop Chorus – Valencia, CA California Institute of the Arts, June 2010-September 2011 Duties: Directing and conducting an ensemble of fifteen singers performing barbershop quartet literature from the 20th century. Reference: David Norman, davemagic@lagnor.com            

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2009-present

Composer and Musical Director for Pop Artist Jomama Jones – Los Angeles, CA and New York, NY Collaboration with theater artist and playwright Daniel Alexander Jones 2009-present Duties: principal composer, musical director, producer, engineer, performer (drums, keyboards, guitar, voice) Reference: Daniel Alexander Jones, danielalexanderjones@gmail.com  

Relevant Work Experience (Other) 2014 2013 – present 2013 – present

Judge for International Championship of Collegiate Acapella, quarter finals at UC Berkeley Arranger and performer for recording artist, Russian Red. Copyist, transcriber and arranger for recording artist, composer, and producer Van Dyke Parks.

Selected Arranging Projects April 2014 February 2014 December 2013 May 2013 February 2013

February 2013

March 2010

Van Dyke Parks, John Sawoski, and Jens Lekman – Tempo maps and score editing for Jens Lekman Van Dyke Parks, Daniel Johns and Kimbra – Come As You Are, orchestra transcription for recorded song. Van Dyke Parks– copying and transcription for artist Joanna Newsom. Pasadena, CA. Van Dyke Parks– copying and transcription for artist Teitur Lassen. Pasadena, CA. Van Dyke Parks and Inara George – He Needs Me, harp copying and transcription for “An Evening with Van Dyke Parks.” Performance: February 27th, 2013 at South Pasadena Library, South Pasadena, CA. Van Dyke Parks, Daniel Johns and Kimbra – All Across the World, If You Keep Losing Sleep, Tuna in the Brine, Those Thieving Birds, guitar and melody transcription for “Adelaide Festival.” Performance: March 8th, 2013 at Thebarton Theatre, Torrensville, SA, Australia. Tree of Three – string arrangements for album First Words.

Awards and Grants 2013 2008-2013 2008-2014

MAP Fund Grant for Original Musical, Bright Now Beyond ($20,000) CalArts School of Music Scholarships Herb Alpert Foundation School of Music Scholarship

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2012

CalArts Workshop Commission for Original Music Bright Now Beyond. Jomama Jones | Radiate chosen as Critic’s Pick in New York Times, Backstage and Time Out New York, and made Best of 2011 list in the New Yorker MAP Fund Grant for Original Music Theater Piece, Jomama Jones | Radiate ($20,000).

2011

2009

Publications Scores: The Desert – Score for eight male vocalists, New York: Seea-dot Music Publishing, 2013. Genghis Khan – Score for four male vocalists, New York: See-a-dot Music Publishing, 2013.

Vocal and Instrumental Experience Voice Type: Bass, Baritone, Tenor, Countertenor, Throat Singer (range from A1– A5) 2008-2012 2011 2010-2012 2010-2011 2009-2013 2007 2003-2007 2003-2007 2003 2002

Studied voice and extended technique under Paul Berkolds and Jacqueline Bobak Director of Singing and Noise Choir Director of CalArts Chamber Singers Director of Santa Clarita Men of Harmony Barbershop Chorus Director of CalArts Contemporary Vocal Ensemble Chorus member in Sacramento Master Singers Member of the UC Santa Barbara Chamber Choir ensemble under the direction of Michel Marc Gervais Founding member, arranger and director for UCSB’s all male acapella ensemble BFOM. Arranger and director for UCSB’s coed acapella ensemble Naked Voices Regional and State Honor Choir with audition score of 97%

Secondary Instruments (in order of proficiency): Guitar (under the instruction of Larry Koonse), Percussion, Piano, Mandolin, Ukulele, Banjo, Accordion, Melodica, Flute, Clarinet Software: Sibelius Notation Software, Logic Pro, Pro Tools, Max/MSP, Prezi, PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, Melodyne. Language Skills: Reading and diction proficiency in English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Latin, Swedish, Japanese (Hiragana, Katakana), Mandarin Chinese (pinyin), Russian. Speaking proficiency in Spanish, French and German

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Dialects: English, Cockney, Irish, Scottish, Australian, Southern (Texas), Southern (Alabama), Midwest (Minnesota), New York. Principal Instructors: Composition: Jeremy Haladyna, Leslie Hogan, Anne LeBaron, Wolfgang von Schweinitz, Marc Lowenstein, Ulrich Krieger, Kristin Erickson. Voice: Michel Marc Gervais, Paul Berkolds, Jacqueline Bobak Acting: Daniel Alexander Jones, Daniel Vincent Gordh. Master Classes: Sven-David Sandström, Meredith Monk, Frank Ticheli, Ben Johnston, Bobby McFerrin, Lou Reed, Zbigniew Karkowski, Chirgilchin, Michiko Hirayama.

Compositions and Performance Dates Theater 2012-2013

2011– 2013

2011

2010

2009

Flowering – LP composed for pop artist Jomama Jones written for small pop ensemble. Twelve original songs composed. Performances planned: New York, NY, March 2013, Austin, TX, August 2013. Duties: composer, producer, performer Bright, Now, Beyond – original musical composed and written in collaboration with Daniel Alexander Jones including chamber orchestra and chorus.. Presentation, April 26th and 27th in Valencia, CA and official premiere at Salvage Vanguard Theater in Austin, TX in the summer of 2014. Duties: composer, actor/performer, musical director, stage director. Six Ways Home – EP composed for pop artist Jomama Jones written for small pop ensemble. Six original songs composed. Performances: Chicago, April 2012, Minneapolis, June 2012 and New York, 2013. Duties: composer, producer, performer Radiate – Album composed for pop artist Jomama Jones written for small pop ensemble to be performed in a cabaret style theater performance. Twelve original songs composed. Performed at SoHo Rep in New York, NY from December 2010-January 2011 with additional performances planned for the future. Duties: composer, producer, performer AER – Collaboration with CalArts HyperOpera Group. Composed two pieces for 3 male voices and electronics. Performed May 9th, 2009. Duties: composer, performer

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2009

2008 – 2009

2009

Lone Star – Album composed for pop artist Jomama Jones written for small pop ensemble. Ten original songs composed. Performed at the Fire and Ink Conference in Austin, TX on October 10th, 2009 with additional performances planned for 2010. Duties: composer, producer, performer Bermuda! The Musical – original musical collaboration with David Largman Murray consisting of 12 original compositions written for chamber ensemble (guitar, bass, piano, percussion, trumpet, soprano sax, bassoon, viola, cello). Performed on February 6th and 7th, 2009. Future performances planned for 2010. Duties: composer, conductor, musical director. Tomorrowland! The Musical – original musical in collaboration with David Largman Murray consisting of 10 original compositions written for chamber ensemble (flute, bassoon, trombone, trumpet, piano, guitar, melodica). Performed on May 24th, 2007. Duties: composer, conductor, musical director.

Film 2012– 2013

EEL – original sound track composed for the film “EEL” written and directed by James Kaelan. Duties: composer.

Choral 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2010 2009

2009 2008

Gillikin Country – choral piece for the musical Bright Now Beyond Emerald City – choral piece for the musical Bright Now Beyond Tip Chooses a Pumpkin – choral piece for the musical Bright Now Beyond Easier – Arrangement of the song “Easier” by the band Grizzly Bear for mixed chorus. Ready, Able – Arrangement of the song “Ready, Able” by the band Grizzly Bear for mixed chorus. Lullaby – for vocal quintet. Duration: approximately 9 minutes. Performance November 2010. Hiccups – Piece for 20 vocalists/percussionists written for the Graduate Experimental Music Ensemble. Performed on May 3rd 2009. The Desert – piece for 8 male voices acapella. Performed on December 13th 2008. Genghis Khan – piece for 8 male voices acapella. Performed on November 21st, 2008.

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2006

2005

Requiem Mass (2006-2007) – Requiem Mass composed for large chamber ensemble and chorus. Pie Jesu and In Paradisum movements performed on June 2nd, 2007, Agnus Dei movement performed on November 20th and 24th, 2009 The Eclipse – piece for chamber chorus (SSAATTBB)

Songs 2013-2014 2012 2011

2011

2010

2005

Brother, Sister – Seven song original album by the band Brother, Sister. Solstice Song – for male and female voice, guitar, wind quintet Duration: 11 minutes. Performance May 2012. Road to Nashville – Pop-Country album co-written with lyricist James Kaelan with twelve original songs. Performance March 21st, 2012 at CalArts. I’ve Left Him a Home – for male and female voice, guitar, string quartet, two harps, two flutes, drums, and bass. Duration: 6 minutes. Performance planned for Spring 2012. The Orange Fox (2010) – for male and female voice, guitar, and string quartet. Duration: 5 minutes. Performance April 27th 2010. Nobody’s Waltz (2005) – piece for tenor voice, violin, viola, cello, celesta, and piano.

Orchestral 2011

2010 2011

2007 2005

Itsetietoisuus – for orchestra and rock ensemble. Duration: approximately 10 minutes. Performed at CalArts on December 3rd, 2011. October – for orchestra. Duration: approximately 11 minutes. Performance March 2010. Pear Tree – For full orchestra written for the CalArts Orchestra. Duration: approximately 12 minutes. Performed on October 22nd, 2009 at CalArts. Twilight – Concerto for Violin and Orchestra. Performed on June 2nd, 2007 Galumph – short piece for large orchestra.

Chamber/Other 2013

2012

migaku – for two cellos and double bass. Performance: October 2013 at Church of the Friendly Ghost. Austin, TX Falainasteria – for percussion and voice. Performance: October of 2012 at California Institute of the Arts. Valencia, CA

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2011

2011

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2011 2010 2010

2010

2010 2009

2009

2009

2009

2009

2007 2007

The Lost Language – for two flutes, alto flute, Eb clarinet, vibraphone, viola, soprano, tenor. Based on text by Shel Silverstein. Duration: 6 mintues. Canines and Quarters – improvisation for voice and contrabass clarinet. Duration: 12 minutes. Performance April 2011 Study for Viol and Voice –for male voice, female voice and viola da gamba. Duration: 4 minutes. Performance April 2011. Dance of Differences – for vocal duet. Duration: 5 minutes. Performance April 2011 The Sun (2010-2011) –for large brass ensemble. Duration: approximately 12 minutes. Performance April 2011. Submarine (Björk) – arranged for flute, alto flute, contrabass clarinet, brass quintet commissioned by horn player Zara Teicher. Performance February 2010. Cobwebs (2010) – for double trio: violin, flute, whistle-tone voice, contrabass clarinet, double bass, throat-singer. Duration: approximately 10 minutes. Performances December 2010 and April 2011. The Hollow Men/The Dead Land – for solo voice. Duration: approximately 10 minutes. Performance March 2010 Partitions – Solo for Trumpet in C written for Philippe Brunet. Duration: approximately 11 minutes. Performance April 27th 2010. Scrimshaw – Duet for Trumpet in C and Piano written for Ryan Adam Bancroft and Ben Ginsberg. Duration: approximately 5 minutes. Performance scheduled for December 16th 2009 Timbral Counterpoint for Voice – Duet for male and female voice written for and with Odeya Nini and self. Performed on October 1st, 2009 Speech! Speech! (2009) – Trio for double reeds (Oboe, English Horn, and Bassoon). Performed on May 13th, 2009 71 – for percussion quintet (Crotales, Glockenspiel, Xylophone, Marimba, and Piano). Performed on April 28th, 2009. 3 Bagtelles – 3 pieces for solo piano. Performed on June 2nd, 2007 Brush has Burned (2007) – piece for baritone voice, celesta, cello.

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2006

2006

2006 2006

Nicht Vorsichtig (2006) – piece for string quartet. Performed by ECM at the Primavera Festival on April 19th, 2006 Not a Circus, Not a Carnival (2006) – piece for chamber ensemble (clarinet, oboe, bassoon, vibraphone, percussion, tuba, violin). Performed on April 22nd, 2007. Traffic (2006) – piece for oboe, cello, and violin. Hailstorm (2006) – piece for four celestas.

Selected Performances November 8th – 10th, 2013 Jomama Jones | Radiate – Fourteen original songs for cabaret concert. Instruments performed: Guitar, voice. The Theater Offensive, Boston, MA. th July 26 , 2013 Bright, Now, Beyond – original musical composed and written in collaboration with Daniel Alexander Jones including chamber orchestra and chorus. Part performed: role of Jack Pumpkinhead. July 4th – 13th, 2013 Jomama Jones | Radiate – Fourteen original songs for cabaret concert. Instruments performed: Guitar, voice. Salvage Vanguard Theater, Austin, TX. th th April 26 and 27 , 2013 Bright, Now, Beyond – original musical composed and written in collaboration with Daniel Alexander Jones including chamber orchestra and chorus. Part performed: role of Jack Pumpkinhead. st March 31 , 2013 Jomama Jones: Flowering – 10 original songs for cabaret concert. Instruments performed: Guitar. Joe’s Pub, New York, NY. Dec. 8th, 2012 Morton Feldman: Rothko Chapel – Piece for small choral ensemble. Instruments performed: tenor/alto. The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA. Dec. 8th, 2012 wild UP: Music Inspired by Art – music for chamber orchestra and voice. Duties: arrangement of “Vincent” by Don McClean, voice, guitar. The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA. Dec. 6th, 2012 J.S. Bach: Cantate Bwv. 170: Vergnügte Ruh – Piece for period chamber ensemble. Instruments performed: countertenor/alto. California Institute of the Arts.

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Nov. 4th, 2012

Sleep Concert – Evening of music occurring whilst audience members sleep. Instruments performed: baritone guitar, voice, just-intonation piano (“A” fundamental), AM radio. Highland Park, Los Angeles, CA. Oct. 13th, 2012 wild UP: Political America – Politically themed concert music for chamber orchestra and voice. Instruments performed: voice, baritone guitar. Broad Stage Theater, Santa Monica, CA th Oct. 30 , 2012 Bright Now Beyond – Workshop for the upcoming musical Bright Now Beyond, in collaboration with Daniel Alexander Jones. Instruments performed: voice, keyboard, laptop. California Institute of the Arts. Aug. 3rd-4th, 2012 Jomama Jones | Radiate – Cabaret/revue of pop artist Jomama Jones. Instruments performed: guitar, voice. Kirk Douglas Theater, Culver City, CA. July 8th, 2012 Ex Im Ot – An evening of improvised music by local Los Angeles Artists. Instruments performed: voice, drum set, laptop, guitar, slide-whistle, music box, AM radio, glockenspiel. Home Room, Los Angeles, CA. th Jun. 13 -24th, 2012 Jomama Jones | Radiate – Cabaret/revue of pop artist Jomama Jones. Instruments performed: guitar, voice. Pillsbury House Theater, Minneapolis, MN. Apr. 19th-21st, 2012 Jomama Jones | Radiate – Cabaret/ revue of pop artist Jomama Jones. Instruments performed: guitar, voice. Victory Gardens Theater, Chicago, IL. Apr. 6th, 2012 Re-envisioning America – An evening of reinterpretations and covers of American folk songs originally recorded and catalogued by Harry Smith. Instruments performed: voice, violin, laptop, guitar, AM radio. California Institute of the Arts. Mar. 21st, 2012 Road to Nashville – An evening of original pop-countries songs written in collaboration with James Kaelan. Instruments performed: guitar, voice, piano. California Institute of the Arts. th Nov. 9 , 2011 An Evening with Jomama Jones – Cabaret/revue of pop artist Jomama Jones. Instruments performed: guitar, voice. The Off Center, Austin, TX. Nov. 4th, 2011 An Evening with Jomama Jones – Cabaret/revue of pop artist Jomama Jones. Instruments performed: guitar, voice. Temple at Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY. Oct. 19th, 2011 D.M.A. Showcase – A concert of music by CalArts’ DMA students. Instruments performed: voice, guitar. California Institute of the Arts.

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Sept. 30th, 2011

Jxel Rajchenberg: Altazor – A concert of music by composer Jxel Rajchenberg commissioned by Radio UNAM. Radio UNAM, Mexico City, Mexico. Instruments performed: voice, glass bottles, charango. Jul. 9th, 2011 Kevin Blechdom: Ladle Rat Rotten Hut – A piece written for the opera/film Story of the Eye composed by Kristin Erickson alias Kevin Blechdom. Instruments performed: voice. The Smell, Los Angeles, CA. st nd Jun. 21 -22 , 2011 Jomama Jones | Endless Summer Live! – Cabaret/revue of pop artist Jomama Jones. Instruments performed: guitar, voice. Symphony Space, New York, NY. Apr. 11th, 2011 грейпфрут – A concert of original music (12 pieces) performed as a DMA recital. Instruments performed: guitar, voice. California Institute of the Arts. Jan. 30th, 2011 Iannis Xenakis: Pour la Paix – Performed during the CEAIT Fstival: Iannis Xenakis: Now and Tomorrow. Instruments performed: voice. REDCAT, Los Angeles, CA. th Dec. 29 , 2010-Jan. 16th, 2011 Jomama Jones | Radiate – Cabaret/ revue of pop artist Jomama Jones. Instruments performed: guitar, voice. Soho Rep, New York, NY. Review by The New Yorker, The New York Times, and NY1. th Dec. 12 , 2010 Re-envisioning America – An evening of reinterpretations and covers of American folk songs originally recorded and catalogued by Harry Smith. Instruments performed: voice. California Institute of the Arts. th Nov. 7 , 2010 Iannis Xenakis: Oresteia – West Coast premiere of the opera Oresteia by Iannis Xenakis. Duties: Choir director. Instruments performed: voice, auxiliary percussion. Jun. 3rd, 2010 Harry Partch: The Crane – A piece performed during PARTCH: Even Wild Horses, an event featuring music by Harry Partch and Lou Harrison. Instruments performed: voice. REDCAT, Los Angeles, CA. th Apr. 27 , 2010 Mike Wells and Bobby Halvorson vs. The City of Los Angeles – an evening of concert music by composers Mike Wells and Bobby Halvorson, arranged a graduation composition recital. Instruments performed: counter-tenor, drums. California Institute of the Arts.

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Mar. 2nd, 2010

Frank Denyer: Out of the Shattered Shadows 2 – a piece performed during a concert featuring the music of British composer Frank Denyer. Instruments performed: voice. Zipper Hall, Colburn School of Music, Los Angeles, CA.

Selected Vocal Repertoire (Art Music listed alphabetically by composer) Bach, J.S.: Ach, nun is mein Jesus hin!, from St. Matthew Passion, Bwv 244. Cantate: Vergnügte Ruh , Bwv 170 Brahms, Johannes: Vier Ernste Gesänge, Op. 121 Liebeslieder, Op. 52 Zigeunelieder, Op. 103. Debussy, Claude: Beau Soir, L 6 Morton Feldman: Only Rothko Chapel Händel, George Frideric: Lascia ch’io Pianga from Rinaldo Hwv 7 Comfort Ye My People from Messiah Part I. Pärt, Arvo: Berliner Messe Partch, Harry: The Crane The Letter Schubert, Franz: An Den Mond, D 196 Heidenröslein, D 257 Erlkönig, D 328 Schumann, Robert: Dichterliebe, Op. 48. Weill, Kurt: Alabama Song Mackie Messer What Keeps Mankind Alive? Xenakis, Iannis: Oresteia Pour la Paix

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References Daniel Alexander Jones, Professor of Theater Arts Fordham University Department of Theatre and Visual Art 113 West 60th Street - Room 423 New York, NY 10023-7484 danielalexanderjones@gmail.com Dr. Jennifer DeVere Brody, Dept. Chair and Professor of Theater & Performance Studies Dept. of Theater and Performance Studies Stanford University 551 Serra Mall Memorial Hall Stanford, CA 94305-5010 jbrody1@stanford.edu Van Dyke Parks, Performer-Composer Bananastan Records Altadena, CA 91104 therealvandykeparks@gmail.com Ulrich Krieger, Composition Professor School of Music California Institute of the Arts 24700 McBean Pkwy. Valencia, CA 91355 ukrieger@calarts.edu Dr. Jacquelyn Bobak, Voice Instructor, Associate Dean School of Music California Institute of the Arts 24700 McBean Pkwy. Valencia, CA 91355 jbobak@calarts.edu Dr. David Rosenboom, Dean of the Herb Alpert School of Music School of Music California Institute of the Arts 24700 McBean Pkwy. Valencia, CA 91355 david@calarts.edu

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Dr. Anne LeBaron, Composition Professor School of Music California Institute of the Arts 24700 McBean Pkwy. Valencia, CA 91355 alebaron@calarts.edu Dr. Jeremy Haladyna, Composition Professor College of Creative Studies Building 494 University of California Santa Barbara Santa Barbara, CA 93106-6110 haladyna@music.ucsb.edu Jane M. Hussein Saks, President and Artistic Director for Project& Chicago, IL 60605 info@projectand.org

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