Friday evening, June 21, 2013
CARLSBAD MUSIC FESTIVAL'S VILLAGE MUSIC WALK
Scott and special guest Ellen Lawson will perform new works for Stylophone (the battery-operated British synthesizer toy that was a favorite of David Bowie), some new works for toy piano, chamber music for toy instruments and harp, some unusual works for kazoo and bubble wrap, and short solo works for oboe and bass clarinet. All performances are FREE to the public and within a walkable radius of the Village, so come enjoy an evening of adventurous music by the beach!
More about the Carlsbad Village Music Walk
July 26 and 27 at 8:00pm, and July 28 at 2:00pm.
UNDER MILK WOOD
Dylan Thomas' Under Milk Wood, directed by Bill Eadie and featuring the St. Paul’s Cathedral Players, with live music and soundscapes performed by Scott Paulson, performing at Diversionary Theatre's Cabaret Series on July 26 and 27 at 8pm and July 28 at 2pm. Under Milk Wood is a “play for voices,” wherein six performers will bring to life 63 residents of a mythical Welsh fishing village.
4545 Park Boulevard #101
San Diego, California 92116
Box Office: (619) 220-0097
Thursday, August 8th • 6 – 8 p.m
SHOWLEY CANDY FACTORY FILM NIGHT
The San Diego History Center recently completed work on a National Film Preservation Fund (NFPF) grant for the preservation and duplication of two silent film reels from 1929 which show the process of early candy manufacturing in San Diego. The films were donated to the History Center by Roger Showley, grandson of the Showley Brothers Candy Factory founder. This silent industrial film will be shown – along with lively musical accompaniment provided by Scott Paulson and the Teeny-Tiny Pit Orchestra and insightful commentary by guest speaker Roger Showley. Mr. Showley, a long-time staff writer with the U-T San Diego, will speak about his family’s candy making business and more.
More About This Event
Members $15, Non-members $20
San Diego History Center
Casa De Balboa, Balboa Park
1649 El Prado, Suite #3, San Diego, CA 92101
Phone: (619) 232- 6203
BLACK FRANCE FILM FESTIVAL
At the Black France Film Festival in Paris, Scott premiered his new live score for Josephine Baker's Siren of the Tropics with African drummer Gene Perry and pianist Andrew Infanti. Professor Bennetta Jules-Rosette, a Josephine Baker scholar, introduced the film.
THE MAN WHO
Inspired by, but in no way a conventional stage adaptation of, The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, Oliver Sacks' best-selling collection of case histories about the neurologically impaired. For New Village Arts Theatre's production, Scott's soundscape complemented a superb ensemble of four actors through this adventurous journey of the mind.
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