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Alan Alfonso Sánchez
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Chihuahua, Zona Centro, Mexico

I am a music composer and I have 10 years of experience writing music for theater plays; I love to musicalize scenes. To accept the challenge to evoke the precise emotion of what the author/ director is thinking about is one of the activities I enjo

Alan Alfonso Sánchez
Twine
Chihuahua, Zona Centro, Mexico

I am a music composer and I have 10 years of experience writing music for theater plays; I love to musicalize scenes. To accept the challenge to evoke the precise emotion of what the author/ director is thinking about is one of the activities I enjo

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Award-winning artist George Arkomanis (Tristan) is one of the most distinguished and talented people, in the field of art & entertainment. His unique capacity as a magician, composer and conductor, has made the legendary magician Michael Ammar, attribute to him the nickname “The Maestro Magician”. He was born in Athens and from a very young age he was in contact with arts, growing in a cultural home - open to many artists. He started early with his education as a musician with Jack Rogers (classical guitar), while at the same time he made his first self-taught steps in the world of magic. Then, he studied the Greek folk and eclectic music -in theory and in practice- with the help of important artists of this kind (Christos Konstantinou, Nikos Tatasopoulos, Ilias Lepeniotis, Kostas Vamvoukos and others) and from 1998 he started his professional path, as a composer, arranger and bouzouki soloist. At the same time he attended piano and theory lessons with Tasos Xirakis and then harmony, morphology, music analysis and singing with Grigoris Sourmaidis, as well as jazz harmony and orchestration with Nikos Kotaras. He studied “Special Harmony” with Philipos Hiou (Orpheus Conservatory), “Special Counterpoint”, “Fugue”, “Composition” with Nikos Kariotis (National Music Academy) and “Conducting” with Rafail Pilarinos (LCM, University Of West London). Furthermore, he is the first Greek who has received the title “FLCM”. He has taken part in conferences, seminars, workshops and master classes (magic, music, performance, kinaesthetic, philosophy, music therapy, psychology etc.) of distinguished people (Theodore Antoniou, Kevin James, John Howard, Jeff McBride, Spyros Sakkas, Dirk Losander, George Minas, Lee Alex, Michael Vincent and many others). He has taught in various art & culture halls, academic institutions etc. (Centre Of Classical & Contemporary Music, International Brotherhood Of Magicians, Thoukidideios Cultural Organization, Greek Academy Of Magicians etc.). He has also written articles, speeches, interviews, essays and poems of general content, but mainly about arts, society, supernatural, life etc. Many of those, have been published in newspapers and magazines (Ta Nea, Artefake, Magician, Ogdoo etc.). He has composed original music for movies, documentaries, TV shows, theater, advertisements, performances and more (Magic, Children Of Internment, Edgar Allan Poe, Almare, Cube, Al The Old Robot, Mirror Forrest, Marble Thoughts, Demon Of Logic and many others). He has brought out six music albums (Giati M’ Agapises 2011, Rainy Night 2013, Fake Truths 2014, Confessions 2015, Music Gallery 2016, The Magic Show 2020), one DVD (Shadows In The Dust 2016), as well as other music works, accompanying album of other artists (Martero - Back To The Future, ASMA - At Tonal etc.).WWWW
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David Kornfeld composes "engaging and original" (Chicago Theatre Beat) music that is lyrical, accessible, and above all emotionally moving, with an underlying structure driven by a narrative. His background in jazz and rock improvisation informs his eclectic compositions, infusing them with syncopated rhythms and an organic naturalism that makes his melodies instantly memorable. As Stephen Sondheim would emphasize, the form of a song should naturally follow the content of the lyrics. But at the same time, the music will affect the way those lyrics are perceived by the listener. So it is sometimes the gap between seemingly disparate lyrics and music that carries the greatest emotional weight. David's deceptively complex music constantly sets up expectations and then playfully turns them on their heads, challenging audiences to listen actively and engage with the narrative. Growing up in rural California, David spent his sunny days exploring the woods around his house, inventing complex and dramatic stories taking place in far-off worlds, to which he composed cinematic soundtracks, which he would sing at the top of his lungs. One of the first pieces he ever composed (at the age of 10) was meant to accompany a space-adventure video game he intended to make. Though he never learned to program computers, the theme song did become a reality. Storytelling has forever influenced his work, and when he discovered musical theatre at Carleton College, naturally he found his calling. In college, his studies with Alex Freeman and Mary Ellen Childs introduced him to contemporary classical music, the infinite expressive possibilities of extended tonality, and the all-importance of melody. Always interested in non-western rhythms and harmonies, his studies abroad in Mali of West African music and storytelling traditions cemented that predisposition toward polyrhythms and modality, most notably influencing the composition of his chamber work, Gilgamesh. Recently delving into the world of children's music, David strives to create unique, age-appropriate songs that are engaging for listeners of all ages (so that it doesn't drive parents too crazy), with subjects that engage young imaginations and lyrics that expand burgeoning vocabularies. There is no reason music for children should be any less complex, meaningful, and articulate than any other kind of music, so David attempts to bring just as much melodic, harmonic, and stylistic variety into his children's music as he would any other style. Writing music and lyrics for an audience that is completely nonjudgmental can be incredibly refreshing, affording a freedom that in turn impacts the way he approaches his other compositions. As a music director, David takes a textual approach to song interpretation, helping singers to fully convey both the surface and underlying meaning of lyrics, from which a more musically nuanced interpretation will naturally grow. He works with singers individually to craft their unique performance of a song, allowing them to express their personal creativity and showcase their strengths, within stylistic boundaries. With choral direction, his priority is purity and clarity of harmonies, crisp, bright delivery, and lyrical, dynamic phrasing. David performs regularly as a pianist with numerous ensembles, including Jazzsquatch and the Hip Young Gunslingers Big Band, and has shared the stage with prestigious musical acts such as Blue Scholar, RJD2, Blue Cranes, and Brother Ali. His musicals have been performed in theatre festivals throughout the Midwest, and his incidental music, song settings and arrangements have been commissioned by theatres nationwide. His love of musical theatre and passion for discovering and promoting new work led him to co-found Underscore Theatre Company in Chicago. He serves on its board and on staff as Producing Artistic Director and Resident Music Director. With Underscore he co-produced the first ever Chicago Musical Theatre Festival in 2014. Currently based in Chicago, David's collaborations range from large theatres to sketch comedy groups, and everything in between, including Loyola University Chicago, Playhouse on the Square (Memphis, TN), Open Door Repertory Theatre, Stone Soup Theatre Project, Theatre-Hikes, Hey Ladies, Ex-Pats Theatre Company, Whiskey Wry Productions, Summer Place Theatre, The Cabaret Project, CPA Theatricals, Public House Theatre, and Li’l Buds Theatre Company. He is a licensed street performer and can occasionally be seen busking on keytar in downtown Chicago. David is the recipient of such awards as the Sigrid and Erling Larsen Award in Creative and Performing Arts, finalist in the 2011 ASCAP Young Jazz Composer Awards competition, a Kennedy Center commendation for Achievement in Music Composition in the 2012 American College Theatre Festival, and a nomination for the 2015 Ostrander Award for music direction. Among other things, David is currently producing the original cast recording of his musical Pr0ne, composing a new show about the Chicago Haymarket Riots, beginning work on a new musical commissioned by CPA Theatricals, and music directing Maul Santa at Public House Theatre. Apart from music, David loves the outdoors, cookery, and rearranging his furniture.WWWW
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