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During a recent trip on the big island of Hawaii, the visit to a temple of native Hawaiian culture, makes me muse about local cosmology
Read the post "A Cosmic Misunderstanding"
About Marc's most recent musical creation
Marc was commissioned by TAMCO to write the music for the play by Michel Vinaver "11 septembre 2001", an oratorio directed by Pierre Dubey, which retraces the events of that day and its socio-political consequences. It is a one hour presentation that will be shown in Geneva, Switzerland from September 11 to the 20th 2021.
Read a great review from LE TEMPS
Another play by Author Michel Vinaver "les Troyennes" was premier last fall. For this new production Marc created sound design and coached the cast to be able to create a percussive soundscape.
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A new concept stay tuned!
Mid September release of Galileo's Daughters DVD/CD release.
A new concert series connecting ancient and contemporary music, with a debut concert theme of celestial bodies, performed under the neo-gothic arches of the Church of the Incarnation in Manhattan. Come and experience music from medieval times and contemporary jazz through the ages, the night sky’s influence on human culture, and relations between the ancient and modern. Beverages will be available with a donation and audience members may stroll, listen, and absorb the sacred space to its fullest.
Marc's Latest album release
Marc Wagnon’s Interesting Times has reached a major upgrade
This album release from November 2019 is now complete with a unique video for each track. The video themes reflect the lyrics, which are about science, history and actuality. This is a great new way to immerse yourself in the imaginative musical world of a full album, and you can view it on your favorite device or HD TV. Watch the whole album
Find out more on the official Buckyball Music site or use the links below to listen or buy.
We were back on the west coast and played gig with singer Sarah Pillow and Tony Green on bass. This is an interesting medley starting with a 17th century song "To Pansies" and merging into the classic song "Killing Me Softly