Art Haus Collective Mini-Documentary
In 2018 Art Haus returned to Burning Man and presented 3 works: "We, Human", "Pictures at an Exhibition", and "In C". Video by Kim Huynh featuring interviews with Robert Dekkers, Courtney Wise, Brad Hogarth and Jeannie Psomas. Visit www.arthausonplaya.com for more info and to help support Art Haus Collective. Special thanks to the San Francisco Symphony for their support
Rite of Spring - Burning Man 2017
Support the Art Haus' newest collaborations for the Playa, including an original ballet with live music and a community performance of Terry Riley's 'In C.’ https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/art-haus-2018-season-art-car/x/16867564#/ Igor Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring as performed by Art Haus’ Playa Players @ Burning Man 2017 Video by Vincent Rommelaere with footage by Walter Patrick Smith Director of Choreography: Robert Dekkers Musical Director: Brad Hogarth Creative Director & Producer: Courtney Wise Orchestral arrangement of Rite of Spring by Thomas Crespo Costume design by Christian Squires Makeup by Cassandra C-Love Lambert, Larissa Sands, and Kelsea Rae Sound engineering by Mark Divine, Robot Heart Light design by Mark Slee The Tree of Ténéré by Zach Smith, Mark Slee, Alex Green, Patrick Deegan Robot Heart Light Design by Keisuke Shingu Production assistance by Brandon Roberts Opening solo by Marko Bajzer (bassoon) & Micah Walters (contortion) Dancers: The Chosen One: Christian Squires Dryad/Earth: Jackie McConnell Naiad/Water: Rachel Coats Matron Divine: Jan Berletti Her Lady: Martha York Bender: Micah Walters Pan: Alan Littlehales Firebird: Jocelyn Rudig Rebecca Rich Alivia Schaffer Emily Kerr Tegan Schwab Logan Scharadin Nadège Liaud Amy Lamboley Kate Keleher Jeni Mayorskaya Irene Shao Andy Saunders Tyler Benari Chris Turner Kobi Salinas Cody Enicke John Pacheco Colin Stack-Troost Michael Marcel Joe Folino Shelby Clark Fire Spinners: Kelsey Solomon Olga Kvitova Robin Drysdale Greg Axe Meredith Ashby Tim Johnson Anastasia Dubenko Hannah Elizabeth Pre-Show Actors: Daniel Akre, Ashley Wright, Tia Huston, Megan Holcomb, Chung Huynh Orchestra: Led by Conductor Brad Hogarth Flute: Laura Chambers, Courtney Wise Oboe: Nick Boland English Horn: Juliette Antony Clarinet: Juan Leon, Jeannie Psomas, Becky Johnson, Rob Cheifetz Bassoon: Marko Bajzer, Emily Bergmann Saxophone: Chris Clover Trumpet: Matt Depasquale, Nicole Tostevin, Stefan Schermerhorn French Horn: Monika Warchol, Audra Loveland Tuba: Vasos Lee Trombone: Nick Platoff Violin: Ronit Resier, Paul Bremen, Elyah Gordon, Sara Chazin, David Chernyavsky, Gloria Justen Viola: Gloria Justen, Erin Rafferty, Sally Weir, Matthew Witmer, Emilie Grimes Cello: Philip Mease, Charles Taggart, Ari Gorman Bass: Michel Taddei, Justin Sandling, Will Clark Percussion: Dan Morphy, Andy Meyerson, Jon Drews, Matthew Edick, Justin Houchin Special thanks to: Pascal Pincosy, Know Audio, Zach Miley, Tom Lattanand, Scott Theakston, Justin Shaffer, and Joshua Penman for sound assistance SF State University for rehearsal space StarStar Roadhouse for providing on-playa rehearsal space SF State University & Camp PlayaTune for help with procuring instruments Robot Heart for providing sound and logistical support BAAAHS for transporting our artists to and from the performance Glamcocks for making us sparkle by supporting our costume design Extra special thanks to everyone who generously donated to our fundraisers and Indiegogo campaign!
Stravinsky Soldiers Tale - Royal March
San Francisco Conservatory of Music April 2012 Stravinsky Soldiers Tale - Royal March Conductor - Alasdiar Neale Cornet - Brad Hogarth Violin - Noemy Gagnon-Lafrenais Clarinet - Sarah Bonomo Bassoon - Georgeanne Banker Trombone - James Ginn Percussion - Lily Kaye Sevier
Handel - Let the Bright Seraphim - Brad Hogarth and Christina Hammock Burroughs
San Francisco Conservatory of Music Brad Hogarth - trumpet Christina Hammock Burroughs - Soprano Let the Bright Seraphim" from Samson (1741) George Frideric Handel (1685-1759) ''Let the bright Seraphim in burning row, Their loud uplifted Angel-trumpets blow: Let the Cherubic host, in tuneful choirs, Touch their immortal harps with golden wires.''