I’ll be writing and recording an album in February, with a little help from my friends.
Three of the members of our 1993-1996 band, reunited in 2011 with better tech. Let’s call it ethereal trance ambient for lack of a better genre.
A podcast that explores real and imaginary locations using original music and soundscape recordings. 2010 to the present.
49N 15E is my tribute to the secret world of intelligence, spies, and cryptography. It is also the soundtrack to my Cold War nightmares. Released 2012.
I wrote “Fantasia in a Lesser Key” for Smiling Lune‘s 2012 Fringe show, Paved with Good Intentions.
I performed with Pirates of Dreamtime at Harmonic Convergence.
A listening adventure tailored for a braver, newer world. I provided episode soundtracks, sound design, and voice acting. 2009-2011.
Dark gothic cabaret featuring the Traveling Zombie Fun Show. 2009-2011.
A short independent film about the outbreak of the zombie apocalypse. I provided the soundtrack. 2011.
I was one of the hosts for this Halloween-themed bellydance show from 2009 to 2012.
The Arabian Nights
I wrote music for Normandale College’s 2010 presentation of Mary Zimmerman’s The Arabian Nights.
A gothic ballet based on the story of Hansel & Gretel. I wrote and performed the music for this Minnesota Fringe show with Invocatio, other musicians, and Atomic Lotus Dance. 2008.
Dark romantic music featuring voice, cello, and keyboards. AKA Opaline Ruse. 2007-2009.
Middle Eastern dance music for tribal-style bellydance. AKA Better Living through Beledi. 2005-2007.
Ammala Middle Eastern Dance & Music
Music and dance shows at the Minnesota Renaissance Festival, Minnesota Fringe Festival, and other local venues. This also includes the performances of the Dancing Ammala Sisters and Ancient Sonic Libido. 2001-2007.
I provided the music as the Phantom when the Feast first started at Minnesota’s Trail of Terror from 1994-1996, and then again from 2006-2007.
Middle Eastern dance music at the Minnesota Renaissance Festival’s Feast of Fantasy. 1993-1996 or thereabouts.