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Barking Sphinx Performance Society
Sawdust Collector + Barking Sphinx Present: Tillicum Shantie w/ Tony Wilson and Russell Wallace
If you enjoy(ed) this performance please considering making a donation: https://www.canadahelps.org/en/charities/barking-sphinx-performance-society/ TILLICUM SHANTIE Russell Wallace and Tony Wilson André Lachance bass, Kai Basanta drums, Dave Say sax, Michelle Bardach vocals, and Sam Dabrusin vocals. Film at KW Studios (kwstudios.ca) Camera Operators: Aya Garcia , Chantele Fry Audio Engineers: Jo Hirabayashi, Eirinn McHattie Audio/Video Editor and Mixer: Jo Hirabayashi We acknowledge that this video was filmed on the traditional and unceded Indigenous land belonging to the Coast Salish peoples, including the territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), Stó:lō and səlil̓wətaʔɬ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. We are grateful for this place. Coming up next this month: ºººº May 11 ºººº VICKY METTLER & GIORGIO MAGNANENSI Remote Collaboration VICKY'S VIDEO: Acoustic guitar by Vicky Mettler Sitka Spruce resonators,plate reverb, touch boards(plywood,Douglas Fir bark),blippoobox, Max/MSP & capacitance sensors by Giorgio Magnanensi Recording and mixing- Zachary Scholes Video production- Live in Concrete GIORGIO'S VIDEO: Sitka Spruce resonators,plate reverb, touch boards(plywood,Douglas Fir bark),blippoobox, Max/MSP & capacitance sensor by Giorgio Magnanensi Acoustic guitar by Vicky Mettler Mixing by Zachary Scholes Video Production by Giorgio Magnanensi ºººº May 18 ºººº SPELLS FOR CHINATOWN Dumb Instrument Dance with artists Justin Calvaderos, Shion Skye Carter, Marisa Gold, Ziyian Kwan, Sarah Wong Shot, Edited and Music by Jo Hirabayashi ºººº May 25 ºººº DEVOURS Album Launch Animation by Gil Goletski Projection by Chris Strickler Performance Shot by Jo Hirabayashi and Dan Loan Edited by Jo Hirabayashi
It's Amazing the Things That Float - The Flood (Peter Mills) sung by Michelle Bardach
It's Amazing the Things That Float - The Flood (Peter Mills) sung by Michelle Bardach Vocals: Michelle Bardach Piano: Peter Mills Mixed/mastered by: Lucas Otruba Hello world :) I am an Indigenous (Coast Salish) singer from the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw and the We Wai Kai Nation. I was first introduced to this song by my friend Tracy Michailidis upon taking her musical theatre masterclass. I am proud of the work we did and wanted to share it. The song is about a woman considering the trauma she and her family have faced recently, examining tragedy and both the beauty and loss that come with it.