SERGE GUBELMAN:

A multidisciplinary artist. Studied acting, mime with Etienne Decroux, acrobatics and percussion, in Paris. In 1970 he joined “La Mama” in London. In 1971 acted in “1789” by “Theatre du soleil”. In 1972/3 worked with Peter Brook’s CIRT and Philippe Petit. He was invited to NYC by Ellen Stewart in 1974. The music for his first Show in NY was composed by Henry Krieger. In 74/75 he danced with Robert Wilson. He acted on stage opposite Divine in 1976. Made musical instruments for 2 Broadway shows directed by Tom O’Horgan in 77/78. In 1979 he choreographed and was the lead dancer for “Starmania” in Paris. The same year saw a trip to the Baka Pygmies in Cameroon. From 1983 to 85 he toured all sizes of venues in Europe. 1986 marks the birth of son Sean Dayé. In 1990 he composed the music for the Yale Repertory theatre production of “Troylus & Cressida” directed by Andrei Belgrader. Also performed music With dancer Min Tanaka. He was part of the Big Apple Circus Clown Care Unit in Seattle‘s children’s hospital & in NYC. Photography work for Michael Apted and E.M.P. He has enjoyed associations with Tom O’Horgan and Maryse Alberti spanning 3 decades. His latest appearance in film or video is Corrie Befort’s “Slip Cadence”. Serge is about to release the music that supports his project “Ark Of Sound” under the name “Manna Presence” in “letters on leaves”.

MARK FAUVER

By age 14, Mark Fauver had checked out nearly every single record from his local library, ranging from free jazz to ethnomusicology field recordings; in addition, his father’s collection of over 3000 modern symphonic music records shaped his tastes into something quite eclectic. Mark’s interest in music lead to his interest in physics; he completed degrees in Physics(BS, UCLA) and Biomedical Engineering (MS, UW) and works as a engineering scientist specializing in scientific instument design with over 15 patents and 20 publications.  He obtained a certificate in audio production from UW extensions in 1998, and worked in multimedia research at the human interface technology lab (UW, 2001-2006). Mark has strived to integrate new technologies into his music, and primarily focuses on production, helping others to record, arrange and assemble a sonic palette. Mark uses many software tools to create hybrid otherworldly sounds, with Ableton Live being his primary one.  He is a multi-instrumentalist (flute, windsynth, keys, bass, tabla, kalimba) who likes performing as a DJ of his own loops and found sounds. He was worked with Rafe Pearlman, Fognode, Trent Moorman, Jess Grant, Patrick Strole, and toured with the Aaron Engish Band. Radio play includes NPR’s All Things Considered, KEXP, KZSU, and a host of other independent and internet radio stations. As a film composer, he has written feature-length soundtracks (“The Yellow Sign”, “Patriot Guard Riders”), a host of short indie film soundtracks, and composed the official theme of the H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival. Mark has a new music recording facility in the works, with plans to open by summer 2012.

 

 

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    Serge was awarded best male interpretation for his role in "Slip Cadence"