Audio/Video

 

Tar Sands Songbook Trailer

BY TANYA KALMANOVITCH

Trailer for the Tar Sands Songbook, a multimedia theatrical production derived from the stories of people whose lives are shaped by development of the Athabasca Oil Sands near Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Produced, written, narrated and performed by Tanya Kalmanovitch. August, 2017.

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The Strings of Kabul

BY TANYA KALMANOVITCH

Radio documentary aired on CBC Radio 2's "In Concert" in September 18, 2011. Produced by Matthew McFarlane. Reporting by Tanya Kalmanovitch at the Afghanistan National Institute of Music in August 2011.

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GIDEST: Tanya Kalmanovitch

BY GIDEST

Based at The New School in New York, GIDEST incubates transdisciplinary research in social theory, design, and the arts. Tanya Kalmanovitch speaks about her 2017-2018 GIDEST fellowship project, the Tar Sands Songbook. Orfeas Skutelis, direction and camera. December, 2017. 

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Crispell & Kalmanovitch

BY TANYA KALMANOVITCH

Marilyn Crispell (piano) and Tanya Kalmanovitch (viola) perform Tanya Kalmanovitch's "Tell Me Why I'd Catch My Breath" live at the New Directions Piano Festival in Baltimore, October 10 2015.

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Does Music Matter?

BY TANYA KALMANOVITCH

Hear Tanya Kalmanovitch, Professor at Mannes College The New School for Music speaking at the New School Minute, where faculty from every school present their timely and celebrated research in a series of rapid-fire 60-second lectures. Recorded live at The New School in May, 2014. 

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Reichman & Kalmanovitch: Kalinka

BY TANYA KALMANOVITCH

Kalinka (Ivan Petrovich Larionov), performed by Tanya Kalmanovitch, violin and Ted Reichman, accordion. April 26 2010 in Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory, Boston MA. Scenes from The Dying Swan, directed by Yevgeni Bauer (1917).

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