The culmination of five years of research, The Bowls Project will run June through August 2010 at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. An estimated 15,000 people will visit and interact with the installation. Quotes "Meredith Monk[...] is one of the first people to use a full body palette for singing." --from interview with Benjamin Temchine on The World, BBC. (2005) "I realized I didn’t want to be an ethnomusicologist; I wanted to be a rock star." --from Boston Pheonix, Jon Garelick, (April 1 - 7, 2005) DISCOGRAPHY: AS A LEADER 2010 The Bowls Project, as Charming Hostess. Tzadik, Radical Jewish Culture 2010 HEAVENSHOW, as Charming Hostess.
Porter Records 2005 Punch, as Charming Hostess. Recommended Records 2004 Sarajevo Blues, as Charming Hostess. Tzadik, Radical Jewish Culture 2004 Thick, with Red Pocket. Tzadik, Oracle Women’s Series 2002 Trilectic, as Charming Hostess.
Tzadik, Radical Jewish Culture 1998 Eat, as Charming Hostess. Vaccination Records These albums all build on the sounds of the body and how they make their homes in the Jewish and African diasporas. All five contain ambitious settings for voice, and all are deeply committed to text and traditional music. DISCOGRAPHY: AS A SIDEMAN 2005 Abraham’s Garden with Israeli and Palestinian Musicians for Peace 2005 Admiral Ted Brinkleys…with Graham Connah’s Sour Note Seven 2003 Voices in the Wilderness — A Tribute to Masada 2003 Great Jewish Composers — Sasha Argov 2002 For the Love of Wayne with Graham Connah’s Sour Note Seven 2001 Jettison Slinky with Graham Connah’s Sour Note Seven 1999 Gurney to the Lincoln Center of Your Mind with Graham Connah’s Sour Note Seven External links * Official Charming Hostess web site http://www.charminghostess.us * Jewlia's cantor work web site http://www.radicalritual.com Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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