Stephanie Pan

Tag: performance

Performance works

Rochester – A cabaret/lounge Baroque music performance (2011)

Rochester is a cabaret/lounge Baroque music performance which sets to music the epic, obscene poetry of John Wilmot, 2nd Earl of Rochester, in a contemporary, experimental and absurdist mishmash of traditional Baroque music and contemporary pop music, on a backdrop of burlesque bal masque. In setting these texts, Ms. Pan has drawn on her own…

Reformation – Jeanette Groenendaal (2011)

Music for a feature-length film by Jeanette Groenendaal Premiere: IDFA 2011 Synopsis At the age of seven, director Jeanette Groenendaal moved to a deeply religious village. It was the 1970s, and the girl’s arrival from the big city of Utrecht provoked fear in the hearts of the inhabitants of the small hamlet in the Dutch…

Implied Manifesto #1 – A wordless manifesto (2011)

Implied Manifesto #1 is a music performance by Stephanie Pan which incorporates abstracted pop songs, live improvisation and inarticulateness. Made for voice, wineglasses, Suzuki Omnichord, Nebulophone and live sampler, the performance bears semblance to a personal manifesto, but has almost no comprehensible words. Rather, it relies on the visceral presence of the performer, abstract sound,…

Eurepica. Challenge. – Belarus Free Theatre (2010)

Eurepica. Challenge. is an attempt to create a new European epic using contributions from playwrights from 14 countries (Sweden, UK, Latvia, Russia, Belarus, Turkey, Poland, the Ukraine, Germany, Romania, Macedonia, France, Spain and the USA) on the main challenge for their states. Promising an unsettling, whistlestop tour around the world, Eurepica.Challenge. sheds a compellingly honest…

Ghostbusters #1 – Touki Delphine (2005)

Experimental music theater piece for seven players on fear and anxiety, and being a hero. Language: Dutch Project page Visit Touki Delphine Touki Delphine / Ghostbusters #1 is de eerste van een drietal voorstellingen die de jonge garde van de VeenFabriek maakt. Zij jagen in deze reeks op het spook ‘angst’ dat onze samenleving steeds…