Four Larks

Four Larks work at the intersection of performance, music, visual art and dance.
Since 2010 I have enjoyed collaborating with this inspiring and iconoclastic ensemble. Not only have I made some of the work I am most proud of with them, but I’ve also made lifelong friends and met many future collaborators.

The Temptation of St Antony

A euphoric rite of music, dance, and visual theatre. A sublime multi-sensory meditation on being and belief in the age of information. The primordial howl of the first desert ascetic reverberates into the 21st century with otherworldly choreography and an avant-pop score for harp, strings, woodwind, and junkyard percussion.

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ὕμνος (Hymns)

A body of new praise songs sown from the seeds of the oldest surviving greek poetry, adapted for these strange days. Songs of praise and devotion, resistance and renewal.
About the Homeric Hymns and this adaptation.
Work-in-Progress presented at the Getty Villa.

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An ecofeminist songspiel for 2017. Presented for one weekend only in our secret performance garage in DTLA. A visually immersive concerto for bells, bass, junk percussion, harp, marimba, cello, water, chimes, voices & dancer.

Supported by a project grant from New Music USA.

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Presented in a fabric storage warehouse in the fashion district of DTLA in April 2014. Staged in three cubic meters of sand. Scored for harp, violin, cello, glock, musical toys, banjo, alto recorder and trash percussion. Developed at the J. Paul Getty Museums’ Getty Villa as part of their Theatre Lab series in March 2014.
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