Original Score and Music: Jerome Lindner (musician/composer), Malcolm Lee (percussionist), Tamsin Black (vocalist).

Jerome Lindner (Musician/Composer), is a San Francisco Native. Jerome began playing guitar at 13 years old. Soon after, he began to accompany Lizz Roman’s dance classes throughout the city. He then went on to compose and perform for Lizz Roman & Dancers, where he won his first Izzy. In 2014 he graduated From Ex’pression College with a Bachelor's Degree of Applied Science. Over the past 7 years Jerome has also been composing, recording and arranging music for San Jose recording artist Andrew Bigs. The two are currently working on their 2nd studio album as well as 2 side projects. The two are planning to release new music this fall and throughout 2020.

 

Malcolm Lee (Percussionist) is a San Jose based music producer, engineer, MC and drummer. He has drummed with San Jose's Akoma Arts for 5 plus years, Studied Afro-Brazillian rhythms and movement with Capoeira Irmandade for 7 plus years, and has operated recording studios for 10 years. Malcolm's drumming style is rooted in the traditional West African, Afro-Cuban and African American rhythms of the 60's. Malcolm is also a respected teacher in the community hosting many youth classes for drumming, and music production and recording all throughout the Bay Area. Malcolm currently runs the Roosevelt Community Center Music studio for youth, as well as his own Wholesounds studios both in downtown San Jose. Malcolm's music can be found on all major platforms or with a google search of MalcolmLeeMusic.

 

Tamsin Black (Vocalist) is a student at Mission High School. She has trained at the Bandaloop studio and the Zaccho Center. She was a collaborating performer in Chris Black's Phantom, Shadow, Specter, Wraith. 

 

Clyde Sheets (Lighting Designer) is theater educator and designer. He has designed works for Theatre, Ballet, Opera, and Contemporary Dance over the past 25 years in the SF Bay Area and the mid west. Clyde began working with Lizz Roman & Dancers in 2000 on their work 81/2 X 11 at ODC Theater. This began a run of designing the next 6 shows for Lizz, also doing music for 4 shows (with Alex Kelly and later Jerome Linder). These shows earned critical acclaim, an Izzy Award for the company and a place for CS in the Prague Quadrennial in 2011 for the lighting design of the 2006 show Blue Floor Reflections. Clyde designed the companies work Sunset Dances in 2017.

Other work by CS includes Boys in Trouble and The Missing Generation for San Francisco’s Sean Dorsey Dance Company both of which won Isadora Duncan Company Performance awards in 2015 and 2019. Clyde received Isadora Duncan Dance Awards for Deborah Slater’s Hotel of Memories at CounterPulse in S. F. and a Bay Area Circle Critics Dramatic Production award for Metamorphosis at Aurora Theater in Berkeley CA. in 2011 and in 2012 for Shotgun Theaters production of Woyzeck, both directed by Mark Jackson. As an educator CS has taught dance lighting/collaborative process at Mills College in Oakland California, Grand Valley State University and Interlochen Arts Academy and was the Production Manager for the Theater Arts at San Francisco State University, where he earned an MFA in Design in 2010. Clyde is now the Director of Comparative Arts, an interdisciplinary art program, at Interlochen Arts Academy.

Pete Litwinowicz (filmmaker) is a choreographer and filmmaker who concentrates on combining both disciplines. Pete co-owns RE:Vision Effects, Inc, a visual effects software company, and works as visual effects software developer and artist for the motion picture and video industries. Pete has won several awards including an Academy Award©; an Ars Electronica Golden Nica (Austria); and an Imagina Award (Monaco) for Best Visual Effects and Visual Innovation. Pete worked as co-artistic director of Dance Continuum SF from 2007-2012, and danced for Company Chaddick from 1996-2006. Pete has also served on the faculty at San Francisco Dance Center and at Western Ballet, among several other schools.