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Goldfeather with Damon Daunno, Sullivann

 

Goldfeather

GOLDFEATHER is an experimental pop band based out of New York City. The whimsical brainchild of Sarah Goldfeather and Mike Tierney, Goldfeather’s music has been described as “a nightmare funhouse-mirror take on Carly Rae Jepson-style upbeat pop [that is] deeply disconcerting and outrageously fun” (National Sawdust Log), “full of light and life” (The Current, Minnesota Public Radio), and “poignant…striking and laudable” (The Deli Magazine). Their fourth studio album, Change, will be released in 2022. Sarah and Mike have led rich and eclectic musical careers that inform their music. Sarah was the 2019-2020 violin chair for Tony-winning and Grammy-nominated Broadway production of Oklahoma!. She has made television appearances including The Tonight Show, The Today Show, The 2019 Tony Awards, has been a featured artist in series across the US and Europe, including TEDxMET, and has performed with notable artists such as Courtney Love, Lizzo, Ronnie Spector, and Kimbra. She is the artistic director of the ensemble Exceptet and a composer of chamber works commissioned by ETHEL quartet, Contemporaneous, and more. Mike is a twice Grammy-nominated audio engineer and producer based in Brooklyn who has worked with a range of artists across genres, including Medeski, Martin & Wood; Stephen Stills; Julia Wolfe; Pharaoh Sanders; Judy Collins; and Alarm Will Sound. He currently works out of his studio, Shiny Things Studio.

Damon Daunno

Damon Daunno is a composer and actor, known for Fairy Job (2018), The Last Day of August (2012) and iChannel (2006).

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Sullivann

Sullivann is the project of Brooklyn-based performer and composer, Catherine Brookman. Her debut EP, Elements, will be released in Summer of 2021. Along with making her own work, Brookman is an active performer in experimental music and theatre projects, including recent appearances in Meredith Monk’s ATLAS with the LA Philharmonic, with jazz and pop acts Esperanza Spalding and Lorde, in Dave Malloy’s Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 off-Broadway and Hair on Broadway. She composes music for theatre, film, and opera and her work has been seen at Lincoln Center, The Public, Ars Nova, Nitehawk Cinema, and HERE Arts. Upcoming projects include a new multi-disciplinary work with choreographer, Lisa Fagan, called GIVE IT A GO and a new collaboration with experimental pop artist, Eliza Bagg (Lisel).

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