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Christina Braun and Tom Nunn – Finding a Way

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Date(s) - 10/17/2021
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Center for New Music

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Christina Braun performs dances to the music of Tom Nunn. Underlying the dances and music is the idea of finding a way through life struggles:

Christina and Tom have performed together in Bay Area festivals for a decade. This is their fourth evening length work.

Christina Braun is a lifelong dancer and considers art making a revolutionary path. Tom is Christina’s long term improvisational art partner. Her choreographic work with director, David Samas, has been presented by the LAB, the Oakland Museum of California and the Asian Art Museum. As SF Butoh LAB, Christina has produced Butoh dance symposia, performances, and workshops. SF Butoh LAB’s mission is to strengthen a culture of peace through dance and collaborative art practices.

Tom Nunn has designed, built and performed with experimental musical instruments since 1975, always with a focus on recycled/re-purposed materials, to create a unique voice in improvised music. His years of work with Christina Braun has brought a rich visual and dramatic focus to his music. He has participated in several festivals such as the High Zero Festival in Baltimore, AK07 in New Zealand and Sound Symposium in Newfoundland.

IMAGE courtesy of Christina Braun (Creative Commons)

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