• We are now working with cellist Mia Pixley and welcome her to our collaboration! Visit her website for more information about her other projects at MiaPixley.com.
• It’s been 7 years since we performed without the collaboration of dancers and choreographers, and we’re very excited to include live performance at local venues in our repertoire again. See our Performance page for information about our November 2nd show in San Francisco.
We are proud to compose/perform again with Lizz Roman and Dancers in a site-specific dance located in the Civicorps warehouse across from the West Oakland BART station,
Sept 11 & 12, 18 & 19 and 25 & 26, 2015:
Only Lizz can take an industrial workplace and turn it into a beautiful space (well….maybe Tom Waits could, too). We are selling our latest mini-CD, Beautiful Death, at the show for $5 (it has 3 compositions from the full score).
Dance, music, and video projections will keep you riveted! See Lizz Roman’s production, This Beautiful Space, and become part of the environment as you’re led through the building to experience the art.
Tickets are nearly sold out! Audience space is limited. BUY TICKETS NOW: www.Eventbrite.com
East Bay Express visited Lizz Roman & Dancers in August during a rehearsal; they captured some live rehearsal footage, with one section highlighting Nicole and Mark (sorry, Mike and Chris!). See the full East Bay Express article and video here.
It’s official. Watersaw has been nominated for an Izzie Award for our summer 2012 performances with Lizz Roman & Dancers. We have been nominated in the category “Outstanding Achievement in Music/Sound/Text.”
More about the award:
The Isadora Duncan Dance Awards, known locally as the Izzies, are awarded annually to acknowledge exceptional creative achievements in the performance and presentation of dance. Awards are given in nine categories to honor the dancers, choreographers, designers, composers, dance companies, dance scholars and other individuals who have made important contributions to the San Francisco Bay Area’s thriving dance community.
During each 12-month performance cycle, running September 1 – August 31, the Committee collectively views over 400 eligible performances. The final nominees and honorees are selected at an annual voting meeting held in September after the close of the viewing cycle.