DAVID VAN TIEGHEM

Composer Percussionist • Performer • Sound Designer


                                                                                        David Van Tieghem - "Ear to the Ground"

                                                             
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*** RECENT NEWS ***

** NOMINATED FOR 2012 LORTEL AWARD FOR BEST SOUND DESIGN FOR "THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY" **

** RECENTLY SCORED THE DOCUMENTARY FILM "BURIED PRAYERS" - DIRECTED BY STEVEN MEYER **

** RECIPIENT OF THE 2009 SAN DIEGO THEATRE CRITICS CIRCLE CRAIG NOEL AWARD
          FOR OUTSTANDING MUSIC IN A PLAY FOR "THE CREDITORS" **

** RECIPIENT OF THE 2007 GUGGENHEIM FELLOWSHIP FOR MUSIC COMPOSITION **

** REPRESENTED IN THE 2007 PRAGUE QUADRENNIAL U.S. NATIONAL EXHIBIT **


** CURRENT & UPCOMING THEATER & DANCE EVENTS **

2013-2014 SEASON

  "ROMEO AND JULIET" - by William Shakespeare, directed by David Leveaux
            On Broadway at the Richard Rodgers Theatre, NYC
             Starring Orlando Bloom and Condola Rashad
                   Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "CAMP DAVID" - by Lawrence Wright, directed by Molly Smith
            At Arena Stage, Washington, DC
             Starring Richard Thomas, Ron Rifkin and Hallie Foote
                   Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "TOO MUCH SUN" - by Nicky Silver, directed by Mark Brokaw
            Off-Broadway at the Vineyard Theatre , NYC
            Starring Linda Lavin
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

2012-2013 SEASON

  "THE PIANO LESSON" - by August Wilson, directed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson
            Off-Broadway at Signature Theatre Company, NYC
                    Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE" - by Henrik Ibsen (a new version by Rebecca Lenkiewicz), directed by Doug Hughes
            On Broadway at Manhattan Theatre Club's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, NYC
            Starring Boyd Gaines and Richard Thomas
                   Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "THE BIG KNIFE" - by Clifford Odets, directed by Doug Hughes
            On Broadway at the Roundabout's American Airlines Theatre, NYC
            Starring Bobby Cannavale
                   Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "FORCES! THE MOVICAL" - by Elizabeth Streb
            At Streb Lab for Action Mechanics (S.L.A.M.), Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem
                    Co-Sound Design and Additional Music by Brandon Wolcott

  "HUGHIE" - by Eugene O'Neill, directed by Doug Hughes
            At Shakespeare Theatre Company, Washington, DC
            Starring Richard Schiff
                   Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "OTHER DESERT CITIES" - by Jon Robin Baitz, directed by Kyle Donnelly
            At Arena Stage, Washington, DC
                   Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

2011-2012 SEASON

  "ABIGAIL/1702" - by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, directed by David Esbjornson
            At New York Stage and Film, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY
            Starring Chloë Sevigny and Paxton Whitehead
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "THE LYONS" - by Nicky Silver, directed by Mark Brokaw
            On Broadway at the Cort Theatre , NYC
            Starring Linda Lavin, Dick Latessa, Kate Jennings Grant, Michael Esper, Brenda Pressley and Gregory Wooddell
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "ONE EXTRAORDINARY DAY" - A Series of Performances by Elizabeth Streb
            For the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad Festival, London, UK - JULY 15, 2012
                     Original Music by David Van Tieghem

  "DON'T DRESS FOR DINNER" - by Marc Camoletti, directed by John Tillinger
            On Broadway at the Roundabout's American Airlines Theatre, NYC
            Starring Ben Daniels, Adam James, Patricia Kalember, Jennifer Tilly, Spencer Kayden and David Aaron Damane
                   Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "MEDIEVAL PLAY" - written and directed by Kenneth Lonergan
            Off-Broadway at Signature Theatre Company, NYC
            Starring Anthony Arkin, Heather Burns, Tate Donovan, Kevin Geer, Josh Hamilton and John Pankow
                    Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "CQ/CX" - by Gabe McKinley, directed by David Leveaux
            Off-Broadway at Signature Theatre Company's Peter Norton Space, NYC,
                presented by Atlantic Theatre Company

            Starring Larry Bryggman, Peter Jay Fernandez, Tim Hopper, Arliss Howard, Kobi Libii,
                David Pittu
, Steve Rosen and Sheila Tapia
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "THE BROKEN HEART" - by John Ford, directed by Selina Cartmell
            Off-Broadway at The Duke Theatre, NYC, presented by Theater for A New Audience
            Starring Bianca Amato, Justin Blanchard, Annika Boras, Jacob Fishel, Olwen Fouere, Philip Goodwin,
                Ian Holcomb
, John Keating, Robert Langdon Lloyd, Tom Nelis, Margaret Loesser Robinson, Saxon
                Palmer
, Andrew Weems and Molly Yeh
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "HAPPY HOUR" - by Ethan Coen, directed by Neil Pepe
            Off-Broadway at Signature Theatre Company's Peter Norton Space, NYC,
                presented by Atlantic Theatre Company

            Starring Cassie Beck, Aya Cash, Clark Gregg, Susan Hyon, Rock Kohli, Gordon MacDonald,
                Amanda Quaid, Ana Reeder, Joey Slotnick and Lenny Venito
                    Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "POOR BEHAVIOR" - by Theresa Rebeck, directed by Doug Hughes
            At the Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA
            Starring Johanna Day, Sharon Lawrence, Reg Rogers and Christopher Evan Welch
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "THE TENANT" - inspired by Roland Topor's book, directed by Teddy Bergman & Stephen Brackett
            Off-Broadway at West Park Parish House, NYC
                    Original Music by David Van Tieghem and Duncan Sheik

  "DREAMS OF FLYING DREAMS OF FALLING" - by Adam Rapp, directed by Neil Pepe
            Off-Broadway at Classic Stage Company, NYC, presented by Atlantic Theatre Company
            Starring Christine Lahti, Reed Birney, Betsy Aidem, Katherine Waterston, Cotter Smith, Shane McRae and Quincy Tyler Bernstine
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "THE LYONS" - by Nicky Silver, directed by Mark Brokaw
            Off-Broadway at the Vineyard Theatre , NYC
            Starring Linda Lavin, Dick Latessa, Kate Jennings Grant, Michael Esper, Brenda Pressley and Gregory Wooddell
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "KISS THE AIR" - by Elizabeth Streb
            At Park Avenue Armory, NYC - DECEMBER 14-22
                     Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem


2010-2011 SEASON

  "ARCADIA" - by Tom Stoppard, directed by David Leveaux
            On Broadway at the Barrymore Theatre, NYC
            Starring Margaret Colin, Billy Crudup, Raul Esparza, Grace Gummer, Noah Robbins, Glenn Fleshler,
                Byron Jennings
, Lia Williams, Edward Hyland, Bel Powley, Tom Riley and David Turner
                    Sound Design by David Van Tieghem
           *NOMINATED FOR TWO 2011 TONY AWARDS*

  "BORN YESTERDAY" - by Garson Kanin, directed by Doug Hughes
            On Broadway at the Cort Theatre, NYC
            Starring Jim Belushi, Nina Arianda, Robert Sean Leonard, Michael McGrath and Frank Wood
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem
           *NOMINATED FOR TWO 2011 TONY AWARDS*

  "THE NORMAL HEART" - by Larry Kramer, directed by Joel Grey and George C. Wolfe
            On Broadway at the Golden Theatre, NYC
            Starring Ellen Barkin, Joe Mantello, Lee Pace, Jim Parsons, Patrick Breen, Jordan Baker, Mark Harelik, John Benjamin Hickey,
                Richard Topol
, Jon Levenson, Luke McFarlane, Lee Aaron Rosen and Wayne Wilcox
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem
            *WINNER - 2011 TONY AWARD FOR BEST REVIVAL OF A PLAY*

  "THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY" - by Tom Stoppard, directed by David Leveaux
            Off-Broadway at New York Theatre Workshop, NYC, presented by Atlantic Theatre Company
            Starring Carey Mulligan, Chris Sarandon, Jason Butler Harner and Ben Rosenfield
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem
           *VAN TIEGHEM - LORTEL AWARD NOMINATION FOR BEST SOUND DESIGN*

  "CHAPTERS FROM A BROKEN NOVEL" - Choreographed by Doug Varone
            Premiering at the Joyce Theatre, NYC - MARCH 15-20
                     Original Music by David Van Tieghem

  "FALLING SIDEWAYS: STREB AT S.L.A.M." - by Elizabeth Streb
            At Streb Lab for Action Mechanics (S.L.A.M.), Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
                     Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "ELLING" - by Simon Bent, directed by Doug Hughes
            On Broadway at the Barrymore Theatre, NYC
            Starring Brendan Fraser, Denis O'Hare, Jennifer Coolidge and Jeremy Shamos
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "MRS. WARREN'S PROFESSION" - by George Bernard Shaw, directed by Doug Hughes
            On Broadway at the Roundabout's American Airlines Theatre, NYC
            Starring Cherry Jones, Sally Hawkins, Mark Harelik, Edward Hibbert, Adam Driver and Michael Siberry
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "VENGEANCE IS THE LORD'S" - by Bob Glaudini, directed by Peter DuBois
            At the Huntington Theatre, Boston, MA
            Starring Roberta Wallach and Larry Pine
                    Original Music by David Van Tieghem

  "THE LANGUAGE ARCHIVE" - by Julia Cho, directed by Mark Brokaw
            At the Roundabout's Laura Pels Theatre, Off-Broadway, NYC
            Starring Betty Gilpin, Jayne Houdyshell, John Horton, Matt Letscher and Heidi Schreck
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem


2009-2010 SEASON

  "A BEHANDING IN SPOKANE" - by Martin McDonagh, directed by John Crowley
            On Broadway at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre, NYC
            Starring Christopher Walken, Zoe Kazan, Anthony Mackie and Sam Rockwell
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "THE METAL CHILDREN" - written and directed by Adam Rapp
            Off-Broadway at the Vinyeard Theatre, NYC
            Starring Billy Crudup, David Greenspan, Betsy Aidem, Phoebe Strole, Susan Blommaert,
                       
Halley Wegryn Gross, Connor Barrett, Jessy Hodges and Guy Boyd
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "PASSION PLAY" - by Sarah Ruhl, directed by Mark Wing-Davey
            Presented by Epic Theatre Ensemble at the Irondale Center, Fort Greene, Brooklyn, NYC
                    Additional Music by David Van Tieghem

  "RUN UP WALLS: STREB AT S.L.A.M." - by Elizabeth Streb
            At Streb Lab for Action Mechanics (S.L.A.M.), Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
                     Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "EQUIVOCATION" - by Bill Cain, directed by Garry Hynes
            Off-Broadway at Manhattan Theatre Club, City Center, NYC
            Starring Remy Auberjonois, Michael Countryman, David Furr, John Pankow, Charlotte Parry and David Pittu
                   Sound Design by David Van Tieghem and Brandon Wolcott

  "AFTER MISS JULIE" - by Patrick Marber, directed by Mark Brokaw
            On Broadway at the Roundabout's American Airlines Theatre, NYC
            Starring Siena Miller, Marin Ireland and Johnny Lee Miller
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem
            *ONE OF THE 10 BEST SHOWS OF 2009 - TIME MAGAZINE*

  "THE HEART IS A LONELY HUNTER" - adapted by Rebecca Gilman, directed by Doug Hughes
            At New York Theatre Workshop, Off-Broadway, NYC
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem
            *ONE OF THE 10 BEST SHOWS OF 2009 - TIME MAGAZINE*

  "THE CREDITORS" - by August Strindberg, adapted and directed by Doug Wright
            At La Jolla Playhouse, La Jolla, CA
                     Original Music by David Van Tieghem, Sound Design by Jill BC Du Boff
            *VAN TIEGHEM - 2009 SAN DIEGO CRITICS CIRCLE AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING MUSIC IN A PLAY*


2008-2009 SEASON

  "CATAPULT: STREB AT S.L.A.M." - by Elizabeth Streb
            At Streb Lab for Action Mechanics (S.L.A.M.), Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
                     Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "THINGS OF DRY HOURS" - by Naomi Wallace, directed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson
            At New York Theatre Workshop, Off-Broadway, NYC
            Starring Roz Ruff, Delroy Lindo and Garret Dillahunt
                     Sound Design by David Van Tieghem, Music by Bill Sims Jr.

  "FARRAGUT NORTH" - by Beau Willimon, directed by Doug Hughes
            At the Geffen Playhouse, Los Angeles, CA
             Starring Chris Pine and Chris Noth
                    Original Music by David Van Tieghem, Sound Design by David Van Tieghem & Walter Trarbach

  "DISTRACTED" - by Lisa Loomer, directed by Mark Brokaw
            At the Roundabout's Laura Pels Theatre, Off-Broadway, NYC
            Starring Cynthia Nixon, Lisa Emery, Mimi Lieber, Josh Stamberg, Shana Dowdeswell, Natalie Gold,
                           
Matthew Gumley, Aleta Mitchell and Peter Benson
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS" - by Robert Bolt, directed by Doug Hughes
            On Broadway at the Roundabout's American Airlines Theatre, NYC
            Starring Frank Langella, Maryann Plunkett, Jeremy Strong, Michael Siberry,
                            Patricia Hodges
, Michael Esper, Patrick Page and Zach Grenier
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "BEAST" - by Michael Weller, directed by Jo Bonney
            At New York Theatre Workshop, Off-Broadway, NYC
            Starring Raul Aranas, Lisa Joyce, Corey Stoll, Dan Butler, Jeremy Bobb, Eileen Rivera and Logan Marshall-Green
                     Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "MOUTH TO MOUTH" - by Kevin Elyot, directed by Mark Brokaw
            Presented by The New Group at the Acorn Theatre, Off-Broadway, NYC
           Starring Christopher Abbot, David Cale, Lisa Emery, Elizabeth Jasicki, Darren Goldstein and Richard Topol
                     Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "FARRAGUT NORTH" - by Beau Willimon, directed by Doug Hughes
            At Atlantic Theater Company, Off-Broadway, NYC
            Starring John Gallagher, Jr., Olivia Thirlby, Kate Blumberg, Dan Bittner,
                            Otto Sanchez
, Isiah Whitlock, Jr. and Chris Noth
                     Original Music by David Van Tieghem, Sound Design by David Van Tieghem & Walter Trarbach


2007-2008 SEASON

  "THE LITTLE FLOWER OF EAST ORANGE" - by Stephen Adly Guirgis, directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman
            Presented by LAByrinth Theater Company at the Public Theater, Off-Broadway, NYC
            Starring Ellen Burstyn
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "MAURITIUS" - by Teresa Rebeck, directed by Doug Hughes
            At the Biltmore Theatre, Manhattan Theatre Club, Broadway, NYC
            Starring F. Murray Abraham, Allison Pill, Dylan Baker and Bobby Cannavale
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "CYRANO DE BERGERAC" - by Edmond Rostand, directed by David Leveaux
            At the Richard Rodgers Theatre, Broadway, NYC
            Starring Kevin Kline and Jennifer Garner
                    Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "IS HE DEAD?" - by Mark Twain, directed by Michael Blakemore
            At the Lyceum Theatre, Broadway, NYC
            Starring Norbert Leo Butz, Patricia Connoly, Marylouis Burke, Jenn Gamabatese, Byron Jennings,
                    Michael McGrath, Jeremy Bobb, John McMartin, David Pittu, Bridget Regan and Tom Alan Robbins
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "THE BOY WHO HEARD MUSIC" - Story, Music & Lyrics by Pete Townshend, directed by Ethan Silverman
            At New York Stage and Film, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY
            Starring Bree Sharp, John Hickock, Kevin Kuhn, John Patrick Walker, Ted Baker,
                    John Putnam
, Matt McGrath and Steve Beskrone
                    Drums and Percussion by David Van Tieghem


2006-2007 SEASON

 
"INHERIT THE WIND" - by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee, directed by Doug Hughes
            At the Lyceum Theatre, Broadway, NYC
            Starring Christopher Plummer, Brian Dennehy, Dennis O'Hare and Byron Jennings
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem
                   *VAN TIEGHEM NOMINATED FOR 2007 DRAMA DESK AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING MUSIC IN A PLAY*

  "HOWARD KATZ" - by Patrick Marber, directed by Doug Hughes
            At the Roundabout's Laura Pels Theatre, Off-Broadway, NYC
            Starring Alfred Molina, Jessica Hecht, Euan Morton, Max Baker, Elizabeth Franz and Alvin Epstein
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "JACK GOES BOATING" - by Bob Glaudini, directed by Peter DuBois
            Presented by LAByrinth Theater Company at the Public Theater, Off-Broadway, NYC
            Starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Beth Cole, Daphne Rubin-Vega and John Ortiz
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "DOUBT" - by John Patrick Shanley, directed by Doug Hughes
            *WINNER OF THE 2005 PULITZER PRIZE*
            *WINNER OF FOUR 2005 TONY AWARDS*
            NATIONAL TOUR
            Starring Cherry Jones, Adriane Lenox, Lisa Joyce and Chris McGarry
                  Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

 
2005-2006 SEASON

"THE HOUSE IN TOWN" - by Richard Greenberg, directed by Doug Hughes
            At the Mitzi Newhouse Theatre, Lincoln Center, NYC
            Starring Jessica Hecht, Becky Ann Baker, Mark Harelik and Armand Schultz
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "THREE DAYS OF RAIN" - by Richard Greenberg, directed by Joe Mantello
            On Broadway at the Bernard P. Jacobs Theatre, NYC
            Starring Julia Roberts, Bradley Cooper and Paul Rudd
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "DEFIANCE" - by John Patrick Shanley, directed by Doug Hughes
            Off-Broadway at the Manhattan Theatre Club, NYC
             Starring Margaret Colin and Stephen Lang
                 Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "DOUBT" - by John Patrick Shanley, directed by Doug Hughes
            *WINNER OF THE 2005 PULITZER PRIZE*
            *WINNER OF FOUR 2005 TONY AWARDS*
            On Broadway at the Walter Kerr Theatre, NYC
            Starring Cherry Jones, Adriane Lenox, Heather Goldenhersh and Brian F. O'Byrne
                  Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "THE SUBJECT WAS ROSES" - by Frank D. Gilroy, directed by Leonard Foglia
            At the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC
            Starring Judith Ivey and Bill Pullman
                    Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "A NAKED GIRL ON THE APPIAN WAY" - by Richard Greenberg, directed by Doug Hughes
            On Broadway at the Roundabout's American Airlines Theatre, NYC
            Starring Jill Clayburgh and Richard Thomas
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "A TOUCH OF THE POET" - by Eugene O'Neill, directed by Doug Hughes
            On Broadway at the Roundabout's Studio 54, NYC
            Starring Gabriel Byrne
                    Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem


2004-2005 SEASON

 

"GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS"
- by David Mamet, directed by Joe Mantello
            *WINNER OF TWO 2005 TONY AWARDS*
            On Broadway at the Bernard P. Jacobs Theatre, NYC
            Starring Alan Alda, Liev Schreiber, Tom Wopat, Gordon Clapp and Jeffrey Tambor

  "THE PARIS LETTER" - by John Robin Baitz, directed by Doug Hughes
            Off-Broadway at the Roundabout's Laura Pels Theatre, NYC
            Starring John Glover, Michelle Pawk, and Ron Rifkin
                   Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "THE CONSTANT WIFE" - by W. Somerset Maugham, directed by Mark Brokaw
            On Broadway at the Roundabout's American Airlines Theatre, NYC
            Starring Lynne Redgrave and Kate Burton
                   Sound Design by David Van Tieghem and Jill B C Du Boff

  "WOMAN BEFORE A GLASS" - by Lanie Robertson, directed by Casey Childs
            Off-Broadway at the Promenade Theatre, NYC
            Starring Mercedes Ruehl
                   Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem
                   *VAN TIEGHEM RECIPIENT OF 2005 OBIE AWARD FOR SOUND DESIGN*
                   *VAN TIEGHEM NOMINATED FOR 2005 HEWES AWARD*

  "RECKLESS" - by Craig Lucas, directed by Mark Brokaw
            On Broadway at the Biltmore Theatre, NYC
            Starring Mary-Louise Parker, Rosie Perez and Michael O'Keefe
                  Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "THE GOOD BODY" - written and performed by Eve Ensler, directed by Peter Askin
            On Broadway at the Booth Theatre, NYC
                   Original Music by David Van Tieghem
                   Sound Design by David Van Tieghem and Jill B C Du Boff

  "DOUBT" - by John Patrick Shanley, directed by Doug Hughes
            Off-Broadway at the Manhattan Theatre Club, NYC - MOVED TO BROADWAY
            Starring Cherry Jones and Brian F. O'Byrne
                   Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem




** SPECIAL PROJECTS **

  NASDAQ MARKETSITE SOUNDSCAPE - Original Score & Opening Bell
        Composed and Designed by David Van Tieghem
        Produced by Imagination for the NASDAQ Marketsite in Times Square, NYC
            Played every weekday morning at 9:15 leading up to the launch of the trading day
 
 

** PAST MODERN DANCE PROJECTS **

  "DECONSTRUCTING ENGLISH" - Choreographed by Doug Varone
            Commissioned for Doug Varone & Dancers, 2004
                   Sound Score & Processing by David Van Tieghem (based on Bach's English Suites)

  "FROST PALACE" - Choreographed by Hilary Easton
            Commissioned for Hilary Easton & Dancers, 2002
                   Music by David Van Tieghem

  "BLOOD CHERRIES" - Choreographed by Dawn Saito
            Commissioned for Dawn Saito, 2002
                   Music by David Van Tieghem

** PAST THEATER EVENTS **

  "RECKLESS" - by Craig Lucas, directed by Mark Brokaw
            On Broadway at the Biltmore Theatre, NYC
            Starring Mary-Louise Parker, Rosie Perez and Michael O'Keefe
                  Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "THE GOOD BODY" - written and performed by Eve Ensler, directed by Peter Askin
            On Broadway at the Booth Theatre, NYC
                   Original Music by David Van Tieghem
                   Sound Design by David Van Tieghem and Jill B C Du Boff

  "DOUBT" - by John Patrick Shanley, directed by Doug Hughes
            Off-Broadway at the Manhattan Theatre Club, NYC - MOVED TO BROADWAY
            Starring Cherry Jones and Brian F. O'Byrne
                   Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem
 
  "KING JOHN" - by William Shakespeare, directed by Barbara Gaines
            At the Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Chicago
                   Sound Design by David Van Tieghem
                   *VAN TIEGHEM NOMINATED FOR 2004 JEFF AWARD*

  "McREELE" - by Stephen Belber, directed by Doug Hughes
            Off-Broadway at the Roundabout's Laura Pels Theatre, NYC
            Starring Anthony Mackie and Michael O'Keefe
                   Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "THE BALTIMORE WALTZ" - by Paula Vogel, directed by Mark Brokaw
            Off-Broadway at the Signature Theatre, NYC
             Starring Kristen Johnson
                   Original Music by David Van Tieghem
                   Sound Design by David Van Tieghem and Jill B C Du Boff

  "FROZEN" - by Bryony Lavery, directed by Doug Hughes
            On Broadway at Circle in the Square, NYC
            *NOMINATED FOR FOUR 2004 TONY AWARDS*
           Starring
Swoosie Kurtz, Laila Robbins
and Brian F. O'Byrne
                  Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "THE STENDHAL SYNDROME" - 2 new plays by Terrence McNally, directed by Leonard Foglia
            Off-Broadway at Primary Stages, NYC
            Starring Isabella Rossellini and Richard Thomas
                  Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "FROZEN" - by Bryony Lavery, directed by Doug Hughes
            Off-Broadway at MCC Theater, NYC - MOVED TO BROADWAY
           Starring Swoosie Kurtz, Laila Robbins and Brian F. O'Byrne
                  Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "THE LONG CHRISTMAS RIDE HOME" - by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel, directed by Mark Brokaw
            Off-Broadway at The Vineyard Theatre, NYC
            Starring Mark Blum, Enid Graham and Randy Graff
                Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "THE BEARD OF AVON" - by Amy Freed, directed by Doug Hughes
            Off-Broadway at New York Theater Workshop, NYC
            Starring Tim Blake Nelson
                  Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "BIRDY" - adapted by Naomi Wallace, directed by Lisa Peterson
            Off-Broadway at The Women's Project, NYC
                  Original Music by David Van Tieghem, Sound Design by Jill B C Du Boff

  "ALL MY SONS" - by Arthur Miller, directed by Doug Hughes
            At Westport Country Playhouse, Westport, CT
            Starring Richard Dreyfuss and Jill Clayburgh
                  Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "FLESH AND BLOOD" - Adapted from the book by Michael Cunningham, directed by Doug Hughes
            Off-Broadway at New York Theater Workshop, NYC
            Starring Cherry Jones, Martha Plimpton, Peter Frechette, Jeff Weiss and Jessica Hecht
                  Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "THE MERCY SEAT" - written and directed by Neil LaBute
            Off-Broadway at MCC Theater, NYC
            Starring Sigourney Weaver and Liev Schreiber
                  Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "THE WORLD OVER" - by Keith Bunin, directed by Tim Vasen
            Off-Broadway at Playwrights Horizons/The Duke, NYC
                  Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "EDGARDO MINE" - by Alfred Uhry (author of "Driving Miss Daisy"), directed by Doug Hughes
            At Hartford Stage, Hartford, CT
            Starring Brian Murray
                  Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "THE CRUCIBLE" - by Arthur Miller, directed by Richard Eyre
            On Broadway at the Virginia Theatre, NYC
            *NOMINATED FOR SIX 2002 TONY AWARDS*
            Starring Liam Neeson, Laura Linney and Brian Murray
                 Original Music by David Van Tieghem

  "HEARTS" - by Willy Holtzman, directed by Melia Bensussen
            At Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven, CT
                  Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "PLAY YOURSELF" - by Harry Kondoleon, directed by Craig Lucas
           Off-Broadway at New York Theatre Workshop, NYC
                  Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "A FEW STOUT INDIVIDUALS" - by John Guare, directed by Michael Greif
            Off-Broadway at Signature Theatre, NYC
            Starring Polly Holliday, Donald Moffat and William Sadler
                  Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "THE GLORY OF LIVING" - by Rebecca Gilman, directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman
            Off-Broadway at MCC Theater, NYC
            Starring Academy Award winner Anna Paquin
                 Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem
                 VAN TIEGHEM NOMINATED FOR A 2002 DRAMA DESK AWARD FOR BEST SOUND DESIGN

  "NOCTURNE" - by Adam Rapp, directed by Mark Brokaw
            At Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Berkeley, CA
            Starring Anthony Rapp
                 Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem
                 VAN TIEGHEM NOMINATED FOR A 2001 SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA THEATER CRITICS CIRCLE AWARD
                     FOR BEST SOUND DESIGN

  "OTHELLO" - by William Shakespeare, directed by Doug Hughes
            At Joseph Papp Public Theatre, NYC
            Starring Keith David and Liev Schreiber
                Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "UNWRAP YOUR CANDY" - Four new plays written and directed by Doug Wright (author of "I Am My Own Wife")
            Off-Broadway at The Vineyard Theatre, NYC
                 Original Music by David Van Tieghem, Sound Design by David Van Tieghem & Jill B C Du Boff

  "THE LATE HENRY MOSS" - A new play by Sam Shepard, directed by Joseph Chaikin
            Off-Broadway at Signature Theatre, NYC
            Starring Ethan Hawke
                Original Music and Sound Design by Jill B C Du Boff & David Van Tieghem

  "JUDGMENT AT NUREMBERG" - An adaptation of the teleplay by Abby Mann, directed by John Tillinger
            Starring Maximilian Schell, George Grizzard, Joseph Wiseman, Robert Foxworth, and Marthe Keller
            On Broadway at the Longacre Theatre, NYC
                Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "BLUR" - by Melanie Marnich, directed by Lynne Meadow
            Off-Broadway at Manhattan Theatre Club, NYC
            Starring Polly Draper
                Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "HEDDA GABLER" - by Henrik Ibsen, directed by Doug Hughes
            At Steppenwolf Theatre, Chicago. IL
            Starring Martha Plimpton
                Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

  "ANOTHER AMERICAN: ASKING & TELLING" - by Marc Wolf, directed by Joe Mantello
            At Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA
                 Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem
 
 



RECENT LIVE SOLO PERCUSSION PERFORMANCES
 

  DAVID VAN TIEGHEM
  Performing Live at "Soundout for Scholarships" - A Benefit for Woodstock Day School
    With Blondie, Tracy Bonham, Happy Traum, Jerry Marotta & others
    The Bearsville Theater, Woodstock, NY

  May 27, 2010

  DAVID VAN TIEGHEM
  Performing Live at the River to River Festival, Battery Park City, NYC
  June 2 & 3, 2005

  DAVID VAN TIEGHEM
  Performing Live at The Woodstock Film Festival
  September 22, 2002
 

  DAVID VAN TIEGHEM & MICHAEL MOSCHEN
  Performing Live at Ulster Performing Arts Center (UPAC)
       601 Broadway, Kingston, NY
  May 3, 2002
     Annual fundraising gala for the Woodstock Day School
 

      VENICE BIENNALE
     Venice, Italy - September 23, 2000 - Teatro Arsenale
     David Van Tieghem - "Lucid Drumming" 

 

MORE PAST THEATER PROJECTS
 

    "GORE VIDAL'S THE BEST MAN" - A revival of the 1960 play by Gore Vidal, directed by Ethan McSweeney
              Starring Spalding Gray, Chris Noth, Elizabeth Ashley, Charles Durning, and Michael Learned
              On Broadway at the Virginia Theatre, NYC
               Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

    "CELLINI" - written and directed by John Patrick Shanley
              Off-Broadway at Second Stage Theatre, NYC
                Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

      "STRANGER"- by Craig Lucas, directed by Mark Brokaw
              Starring Kyra Sedgewick and David Strathairn
              Off-Broadway at the Vineyard Theatre, NYC
               Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem and Jill B. C. Du Boff

      "MICHAEL MOSCHEN - IN MOTION"
              At the Joyce Theater, , NYC, November 14-26, 2000
              Original Music by David Van Tieghem
 

"Uncle Vanya" by Anton Chekhov, directed by Michael Mayer on Broadway at the
          Brooks Atkinson Theater, NYC, starring Sir Derek Jacobi, Roger Rees and Laura Linney
              Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

"The Moment When" by James Lapine, directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg (director of "Let It Be") at
          Playwrights Horizons, NYC, starring Illeana Douglas and Kieran Culkin
               Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

"Naked" by Luigi Pirandello, directed by John Rando at Classic Stage Company, NYC,
          starring Academy Award winner Mira Sorvino
               Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

"Hedda Gabler" by Henrik Ibsen, directed by Doug Hughes at Long Wharf Theatre,
          New Haven, CT, starring Martha Plimpton
               Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem

"Wit" by Margaret Edson, directed by Derek Anson Jones;  a long run at Union Square
          Theater, NYC;  a national tour starring Judith Light;  and runs in Los Angeles and London.
               Original Music and Sound Design by David Van Tieghem
 
 

BIOGRAPHY

    DAVID VAN TIEGHEM first remembers making music with pots and pans on the kitchen floor when he was about five years old, growing up in Ridgewood, NJ. As a teenager, he taught himself to play drums, and then studied percussion with Justin DiCioccio, of NYC's LaGuardia High School of Performing Arts. He later attended Manhattan School of Music as a student of modern percussion pioneer Paul Price.

    As a free-lance drummer/percussionist, he has worked with Steve Reich & Musicians, Laurie Anderson, Brian Eno & David Byrne, Arthur Russell, the Broadway musical "Smokey Joe's Cafe," the Manhattan Percussion Ensemble, Stevie Nicks, Howard Shore, Jon Gibson, Talking Heads, Robert Fripp, Scott Johnson, Robert Gordon, Duran Duran, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Sergei Kuryokhin, Pink Floyd, Michael Oldfield, John Cale, Chris Spedding, Richard Peaslee, Twyla Tharp, Elliott Murphy, Nona Hendryx, Arto Lindsay, Bob Clearmountain, Jerry Harrison, Yoshiko Chuma & the School of Hard Knocks, Adrian Belew, Merce Cunningham, Graciela Daniele, Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company, the Big Apple Circus with Philippe Petit, Bill Laswell, Ned Sublette, Tony Williams, David Cunningham, Lenny Pickett, Michael Nyman, David Moss, John Zorn, Anton Fier, the Golden Palominos, Happy Traum, Tracy Bonham, Blondie, Robert Ashley, Nexus Percussion, and Peter Gordon's Love of Life Orchestra, among others.

    Since 1977 he has been presenting his solo percussion-theater performances in venues throughout the world, including Carnegie Hall, the Composers Showcase series and the Serious Fun! Festival at Lincoln Center, Central Park SummerStage, the Bottom Line, the Kitchen, the Knitting Factory, the Palladium, the Beacon Theater, P. S. 122, the Guggenheim and Whitney Museums, Studio 54, Danceteria, the Performing Garage, the Peppermint Lounge, and the Mudd Club in NYC, "Late Night with David Letterman," Nickelodeon, the Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, the Wiltern Theater in LA, the Institute for Contemporary Art in Boston, the Milwaukee Art Museum, The Maine Festival, the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, the NY State Performing Arts Center in Albany, The Exploratorium in San Francisco, the Three Rivers Arts Festival in Pittsburgh, the New Music America Festivals in Washington, DC, Miami and New York, the NY State Council on the Arts New Music Network tour, the "Good Morning America" and "Ripley's Believe It or Not" TV shows, the Ambient Music Festival in Rome, the Herbst Festival in Austria, the Festival D'Automne in Paris, and several solo concert tours of Japan.

    As an actor/musician, he has appeared in music-theater with Keith Carradine and Ellen Greene at the Joseph Papp Public Theater, in performance-art by Robert Longo, in photographs by William Wegman, and in video art by John Sanborn & Kit Fitzgerald, and Nam June Paik.  He also played several roles in Robert Ashley's television operas, "Perfect Lives (Private Parts)" and "Atalanta (Acts of God)" from 1978 to 1983, and is featured in Laurie Anderson's 1986 feature film, "Home of the Brave." He has also appeared in TV commercials for Sony, Levi's and Diet Coke.

    Van Tieghem's original video works, "Ear Drums," "Ear-Responsibility," and the well-known "Ear to the Ground," wherein Van Tieghem literally "plays" the streets of New York as if it were a musical instrument, have become internationally acclaimed favorites. These collaborations with video artists John Sanborn, Kit Fitzgerald, and Mary Perillo have been televised and presented in art venues and nightclubs throughout the world. In 1985, "Ear to the Ground" opened the premiere season of the PBS TV series "Alive from Off-Center."

    In 1983, choreographer Twyla Tharp commissioned Van Tieghem to create the score for her full-company work, "Fait Accompli," which was performed at Brooklyn Academy of Music, Sadler's Wells Theatre in London, the 1984 Olympics Arts Festival in Los Angeles, and the Gershwin Theater on Broadway. In 1984, the soundtrack for "Fait Accompli" was released by Warner Bros. as the LP "These Things Happen." Currently Hubbard Street Dance Chicago is on a world tour with a 1995 revival of "Fait Accompli."

    Van Tieghem has also created original commissioned dance scores for The Boston Ballet, Elisa Monte Dance Company, The Pennsylvania Ballet, Wendy Perron Dance Company, Molissa Fenley, Jennifer Muller/The Works, and Hilary Easton & Dancers.

    In 1985, he composed the music for "The Alchemedians," a performance piece by Michael Moschen & Bob Berky, presented at Brooklyn Academy of Music's Next Wave Festival and on Broadway, and in 1986, he collaborated with choreographer Wendy Perron as a dancer/composer to create their duet, "Divertissement."

    Van Tieghem composed the scores for Lizzie Borden's 1986 feature film "Working Girls," and "Penn & Teller's Invisible Thread," a sci-fi comedy directed by Bob Balaban. His music has also been heard on the TV shows "General Hospital," "Smithsonian World," "Entertainment Tonight," "Donahue," "Alive from Off-Center," "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous," "Newton's Apple," "The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson," "Nature," "Hard Copy," and the ABC 1984 Olympics coverage, as well as in Spalding Gray's commercial for Virgin Atlantic Airlines, and the Broadway play "Six Degrees of Separation."

    In 1987, Private Music released Van Tieghem's second album, "Safety In Numbers," and "Galaxy," a music-video utilizing ground-breaking digital video technology and computer animation, directed by John Sanborn & Mary Perillo, which has been shown repeatedly on MTV, VH-1, and worldwide television. That same year, Van Tieghem became the first US composer/ performance artist to present his work in the USSR as part of a new cultural exchange program with the Soviet Composers Union.

    In 1988, he premiered several new works of music, dance and performance at the Serious Fun! Festival at Lincoln Center, and collaborated as composer/performer with John Sanborn & Mary Perillo to create "Cause and Effect," a short film in High Definition Video, which was shown at the 1988 NY Film Festival. He also composed the score for Michael Moschen's solo show "In Motion," commissioned for Brooklyn Academy of Music's 1988 Next Wave Festival.

    In 1989, En Garde Arts commissioned Van Tieghem to create a site-specific theater piece for a room in NYC's historic Chelsea Hotel, HBO included his music in the Sports Illustrated 25th Anniversary Swimsuit Video, and Private Music released his third album, "Strange Cargo." He also played the title role and composed the music for "The Ghost Writer," at Dance Theater Workshop.

    In 1990, he composed the music for and performed in "Urchin One," a sci-fi theater piece created with sound sculptors Bill & Mary Buchen, as well as three plays by Mac Wellman: the En Garde Arts site-specific production of "Crowbar," directed by Richard Caliban at the historic Victory Theatre in Times Square, (which won two Obie Awards and an Outer Critics Circle Award); "The Ninth World" at Cucaracha Theatre; and the Obie-winning "Sincerity Forever" at The Berkshire Theatre Festival in Stockbridge, MA and BACA Downtown in Brooklyn. In addition, he scored Monika Treut's 1991 feature film "My Father is Coming," featuring Annie Sprinkle.

    Van Tieghem is the past recipient of grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, Meet The Composer, The Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts, Art Matters Inc., The Jerome Foundation, the New York State Council on the Arts, the Beards Fund, and the New York Foundation for the Arts. In 1986, he received the "Bessie" (NY Dance and Performance) Award for Music.

    In 1991, he composed new music for Montreal dance company La La La Human Steps, and for Larry Fessenden's feature film "No Telling" (released internationally as "The Frankenstein Complex"), in which he also played a leading role as an actor. He also composed the scores for the PBS "Great Performances/Dance In America" TV program "Michael Moschen: In Motion," and for The Wooster Group's film "White Homeland Commando," featuring Ron Vawter and Willem Dafoe.

    In 1992-93 he collaborated with Mac Wellman and En Garde Arts on "Strange Feet," a music-theater piece about dinosaurs, which premiered in Washington, DC at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum, and he was featured in two more Wellman plays: "A Murder of Crows" at Primary Stages and "Land of Fog & Whistles" at the Whitney Museum Biennial. He also played a leading role in Dan Froot's music-theater piece "Young Very Young Very Very Very Young" at Dance Theater Workshop, recorded John Cage's "Living Room Music" for a tribute CD on Koch International, and joined the KODO Drummers in Japan for performances in "Earth Celebration '93" on Sado Island.

    In 1994, he composed music for three more Mac Wellman plays: "Dracula" and "Swoop" at Soho Rep, and "The Hyacinth Macaw" at Primary Stages, as well as for Travis Preston's "Apocrypha" at Cucaracha Theatre. In addition, he premiered his new solo percussion-theater work, "Absence of Mallets," at Dance Theater Workshop, choreographed by Hilary Easton and directed by Travis Preston.

    1995-96 projects included original music and sound design for ten Off-Broadway plays: "Don Juan in Chicago" by David Ives, "The Model Apartment" by Donald Margulies and "Sabina" by Willy Holtzman at Primary Stages; "Incommunicado" at the Judith Anderson Theatre; the US premiere of "Roberto Zucco" by Bernard Marie Koltes at Cucaracha; "Deviant Craft" at the Brooklyn Bridge Anchorage; "Antigone in New York" directed by Michael Mayer at the Vineyard Theatre; "Manhattan Kaidan" by Cate Woodruff at Mabou Mines; and "The Grey Zone" by Tim Blake Nelson and "Three in the Back, Two in the Head" at MCC Theater.

    He also composed the soundtracks for Craig Pedersen's short film "Throwing Stones,"and Ethan Silverman's film "Central Park," featuring choreographer Robert LaFosse, actress Stockard Channing and performance artist John Kelly, which was shown in the 1997 Sundance Film Festival.

    In the summer of 1996 he scored and performed live in Shakespeare's "Henry V" (starring Andre Braugher) at the New York Shakespeare Festival in Central Park, directed by Doug Hughes.

    He also received a 1996 Drama Desk Award nomination for Best Sound Design (for "The Grey Zone"), and was awarded a 1996 Obie for Sustained Excellence of Music.

    Autumn 1996 theater projects included George Malko's "Helmut Sees America" at the Directors Company, "Missing/Kissing" written and directed by John Patrick Shanley at Primary Stages, John Kolvenbach's "The Gravity of Means" at MCC Theater, Mac Wellman's "Fnu Lnu" at Soho Rep, "The Santaland Diaries" by David Sedaris, directed by Joe Mantello at the Atlantic Theater, and Sam Shepard's recently revised "Tooth of Crime (Second Dance)," with new songs by T Bone Burnett, at the Lucille Lortel Theatre.

    He also scored Tim Blake Nelson's feature film "Eye of God" (starring Martha Plimpton), which was seen in the 1997 Sundance Film Festival.

    Recent Off-Broadway productions featuring Van Tieghem's music and/or sound design: David Rabe's new play "A Question of Mercy," directed by Douglas Hughes, at New York Theater Workshop, Cyndy Fujikawa's "Old Man River" at the New Victory Theater, "Good As New" by Peter Hedges at MCC Theater, "Hate Mail" at Primary Stages; "Under A Western Sky," directed by Loretta Greco at INTAR; "The Devils" by Elizabeth Egloff, directed by Garland Wright at New York Theater Workshop; Mac Wellman's "Fnu Lnu" at Soho Rep; "God's Heart" by Craig Lucas, directed by Joe Mantello at Lincoln Center; "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at Trinity Rep; "Baby Anger" by Peter Hedges, starring Kristen Johnson and John Pankow, directed by Michael Mayer at Playwrights Horizons; "Knives in Hens" by David Harrower, directed by Gus Rogerson at HB Playwrights Theater; two one-act plays by Arthur Miller, featuring Joseph Wiseman and Rebecca Schull, directed by Joseph Chaikin at Signature Theater; and "Scotland Road" at Primary Stages, directed by Melia Bensussen.

    During the 1997-98 season, he was Resident Sound Designer at The Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, CT, and designed their productions of "She Stoops to Conquer," "A Question of Mercy," "Mystery School" and "Wit."  He also received a 1997 Theatre Crafts International Design Award, and a 1997 American Theater Wing Design Award nomination.

    More recent Van Tieghem-designed shows Off-Broadway include the Drama Dept.'s production of "As Bees In Honey Drown," a comedy by Douglas Carter Beane, directed by Mark Brokaw at the Lucille Lortel Theatre; the award-winning "How I Learned to Drive" by Paula Vogel, also directed by Brokaw, starring Mary-Louise Parker and David Morse, at the Century Center Theater; the En Garde Arts production of "Mystery School" starring Tyne Daly, directed by Doug Hughes; Jon Robin Baitz's "Mizlansky/Zilinsky or 'Schmucks'" at Manhattan Theatre Club, starring Nathan Lane, directed by Joe Mantello; Tim Blake Nelson's "Anadarko" at MCC Theater, directed by Doug Hughes; "Nasty Little Secrets" at Primary Stages, featuring David McCallum; and "The Cure at Troy" at Yale Rep, directed by Liz Diamond.  "A Question of Mercy" also played in London at the Bush Theatre.

    Even more recent Van Tieghem-designed shows include Craig Lucas' play "The Dying Gaul," directed by Mark Brokaw at the Vineyard Theater; John Patrick Shanley's play "Cellini" at New York Stage & Film; an adaptation of "The Turn of the Screw" at Primary Stages; Terence McNally's controversial "Corpus Christi" at Manhattan Theatre Club, directed by Joe Mantello; Paula Vogel's "The Mineola Twins" at the Roundabout with Swoosie Kurtz and Julie Kavner, also directed by Mantello; a re-mounting of "The Grey Zone" at Long Wharf; "Stop Kiss" directed by Jo Bonney at the Public Theater; "Romeo and Juliet" at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, featuring Neil Patrick Harris, directed by Daniel Sullivan; Naomi Wallace's play "The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek" at New York Theater Workshop, directed by Lisa Peterson, and "Jolson Sings Again" by Arthur Laurents ("Gypsy") at George Street Playhouse.

    He recently scored two short films - "The Withered Arm" by Jennifer Cox and "Shift" by Kelly Anderson (for Independent Television Service), and is currently mixing his fourth album, tentatively titled "Thrown for a Loop" (release info to be announced soon).

    In 1998, "How I Learned to Drive" was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and the play completed a run in 1999 at the Mark Taper Forum in L.A., starring Molly Ringwald, with the original director and design team.

    Van Tieghem was also nominated for a 1998 Drama Desk Awardfor Outstanding Sound Design for "Scotland Road."

    Recently closed after a long run on Broadway with original music by David Van Tieghem: "Night Must Fall" at the Helen Hayes Theatre, starring Matthew Broderick.

    Margaret Edson's play "Wit" was awarded the 1999 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and ran at the Union Square Theatre in NYC.  Shelagh Stephenson's play "An Experiment with an Air Pump" concluded a run at Manhattan Theatre Club, directed by Doug Hughes; as well as "Fool for Love" by Sam Shepard at the McCarter Theatre in Princeton, NJ, directed by Emily Mann;  and "King Lear" at the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, DC, directed by Michael Kahn.

    Van Tieghem received 2 1999 Drama Desk Award Nominations- Outstanding Music in a Play for "The Turn of the Screw" and Outstanding Sound Design for "Stop Kiss."

    On July 2, 1999, David Van Tieghem performed live at the Prospect Park Bandshell as part of a "WNYC New Sounds Live" evening in the Celebrate Brooklyn Festival.  The concert was later broadcast July 13 on WNYC-FM, and is archived on their site for future web radio listening.




(from the video "Galaxy")                                                                                                        (live at Dance Theater Workshop)


                                            (E-mail me to be put on my e-mailing list for information about future releases and events)



 (from the video "Galaxy")

SELECTED DISCOGRAPHY

DAVID VAN TIEGHEM
    THROWN FOR A LOOP (2009, Delta Victor Tango)
      
"Thrown for a Loop" Cover       David Van Tieghem - Thrown for a Loop

    STRANGE CARGO (1989, Private Music/BMG)
            With Mark Egan, Lenny Pickett, Scott Johnson

    SAFETY IN NUMBERS (1987, Private Music/BMG)
            With Tony Levin, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Bill Buchen, "Blue" Gene Tyranny

    THESE THINGS HAPPEN (1984, Warner Bros.)
           With Peter Gordon, Ned Sublette, Rebecca Armstrong, Rik Albani

    THESE THINGS HAPPEN - REMIXES (1984, Warner Bros.)
           With Peter Gordon

    IN-A-GADDA-DA-VIDA (1986, Wide Angle/TwinTone)

    THE NYFA COLLECTION: 25 YEARS OF NEW YORK NEW MUSIC - various artists compilation (2010, Innova Recordings)

    A DIAMOND HIDDEN IN THE MOUTH OF A CORPSE - various artists compilation (1985, Giorno Poetry Systems)

    NEW MUSIC FROM ANTARCTICA, VOL. 1 - various artists compilation (1982, New Music Distribution Service)

LAURIE ANDERSON
    TALK NORMAL - THE LAURIE ANDERSON ANTHOLOGY (2000, WEA/Rhino)
    STRANGE ANGELS (1989, Warner Bros.)
    HOME OF THE BRAVE (1986, Warner Bros.)
            With Adrian Belew, William S. Burroughs, Nile Rodgers, Joy Askew
    MISTER HEARTBREAK (1984, Warner Bros.)
            With Adrian Belew, Bill Laswell, William S. Burroughs, Nile Rodgers, Peter Gabriel
    UNITED STATES LIVE (1984, Warner Bros.)
    BIG SCIENCE (1982, Warner Bros.)

TALKING HEADS
    SPEAKING IN TONGUES (1983, Sire/Warner Bros.)
           With Nona Hendryx, Shankar, Bernie Worrell

BRIAN ENO & DAVID BYRNE
    MY LIFE IN THE BUSH OF GHOSTS (1981, Sire/Editions E.G.)
            With Robert Fripp, Bill Laswell

STEVE REICH & MUSICIANS
    MUSIC FOR A LARGE ENSEMBLE (1980, ECM)
    MUSIC FOR 18 MUSICIANS (1978, ECM)

JOHN CAGE
    A CHANCE OPERATION - THE TRIBUTE TO JOHN CAGE - various artists (1993, Koch International Classics)
           With Kronos Quartet, Meredith Monk, Yoko Ono, John Cale, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Frank Zappa

RYUICHI SAKAMOTO
    COLLECTION '81-'87 (1999, School/MIDI Inc.)
    NEO GEO (1987, Terrapin/CBS/Sony)
           With Bill Laswell, Tony Williams, "Bootsy" Collins, Sly Dunbar, Iggy Pop
    MEDIA BAHN LIVE (1986, School/MIDI Inc.)
    ONGAKU ZUKAN (MUSIC ENCYCLOPEDIA) (1984, School/MIDI Inc.)
           With Thomas Dolby

PETER GORDON
    LENINGRAD XPRESS (1990, Newtone)
    BROOKLYN (1987, CBS Masterworks)
    INNOCENT (1986, CBS Masterworks)
           With Elliott Easton (The Cars), Lenny Pickett, Tony Levin

PETER GORDON'S LOVE OF LIFE ORCHESTRA
    PETER GORDON - LOVE OF LIFE ORCHESTRA (2010, DFA Records)
    BETTY BOTOX - MMM, BETTY! (2008, Mule Musiq)
    FABRICLIVE. 36 (2007, Fabric Records)
    CASINO (1981, Italian Records)
            With Bill Laswell
    GENEVA (1980, Infidelity)
    EXTENDED NICETIES (1979, Infidelity/Beggars Banquet)
            With David Byrne, Arto Lindsay

NONA HENDRYX
    FEMALE TROUBLE (1987, EMI America)
            With Peter Gabriel

JERRY HARRISON
    CASUAL GODS (1988, Sire/Warner Bros.)
            With Alex Weir, Yogi Horton, Dickie Landry, Robbie McIntosh,
                 Arthur Russell, Chris Spedding, Bernie Worrell, Ernie Brooks

ARCADIA (NICK RHODES & SIMON LEBON from DURAN DURAN)
    SO RED THE ROSE (1985, Capitol)
            With Sting, David Gilmour, Herbie Hancock

GARLAND JEFFREYS
    GUTS FOR LOVE (1983, Epic)
            With David Sanborn

DAVID BORDEN/MOTHER MALLARD
    ANATIDAE (1983, Cuneiform)
            With David Torn, Nurit Tilles, Rebecca Armstrong, Edmund Niemann

VICTORIA WILLIAMS
    HAPPY COME HOME (1987, Geffen)
           Produced by Anton Fier & Steven Soles
            With Carla Bley, T-Bone Burnett, Anton Fier,
                 Bobby Previte, Steve Swallow, Bernie Worrell, Syd Straw

GRACE POOL
    WHERE WE LIVE (1990, Reprise)

ROBERT ASHLEY
    PERFECT LIVES (AN OPERA FOR TELEVISION) (1983, 1991 Lovely Music)
    MUSIC WORD FIRE AND I WOULD DO IT AGAIN (COO COO): THE LESSONS (1981, Lovely Music)
    THE BAR (FROM "PERFECT LIVES") (1981, Lovely Music)
 
SARAH NAGOURNEY
    REALM OF MY SENSES (1995, Glass Beat)
            With Tony Levin, Jerry Marotta, Dave Lebolt

  ARTHUR RUSSELL
    BALLAD OF THE LIGHTS (2011, Presspop Music)
            With Allen Ginsberg, Ernie Brooks, Larry Saltzman
    LOVE IS OVERTAKING ME (2008, Audika) 
            With Ernie Brooks, Larry Saltzman, Peter Gordon, Jon Gibson, Garrett List, Jerry Harrison,
                Jonathan Paley,
Andy Paley, Arthur Russell, Randy Gun, Jesse Chamberlain, Peter Zummo,
                Steven Hall, Joyce Bowden
    FIRST THOUGHT BEST THOUGHT
(2006, Audika)
        (Includes INSTRUMENTALS - VOL. 1, INSTRUMENTALS - VOL. 2,
            REACH ONE, TOWER OF MEANING, SKETCH FOR THE FACE OF HELEN)  
            With Ernie Brooks, Rhys Chatham, Jon Gibson, Peter Gordon, Garrett List,
                 Andy Paley, Arthur Russell, Bill Ruyle, Larry Saltzman, Peter Zummo,
                Jon Sholle, Julius Eastman, Beth Anderson, Dan Salmon, Glen Lomaro
      INSTRUMENTALS - VOL. 2 (1975, Another Side)
            With Ernie Brooks, Rhys Chatham, Jon Gibson, Peter Gordon, Garrett List,
                 Andy Paley, Arthur Russell, Bill Ruyle, Larry Saltzman, Peter Zummo

  CLANDESTINE featuring NED SUBLETTE
    RADIO RHYTHM (S.I.G.N.A.L. S.M.A.R.T.) (1983, Sleeping Bag Records)

 NED SUBLETTE, LAWRENCE WEINER & THE PERSUASIONS
    SHIPS AT SEA, SAILORS AND SHOES (1993, Qbadisc Records)
 
SCOTT MERRITT
    GRAVITY IS MUTUAL (1986, Duke Street Records)
            With Adrian Belew


 (live at Dance Theater Workshop)


  (from the video "Galaxy")

SELECTED PRESS

      "The scene begins with a rocking crash from the brilliant composer David Van Tieghem, whose percussion and cello
    soundscape enlivens the 2 1/2-hour Shakespearean drama."
                    Jeremy Gerard, Bloomberg, 9/21/13

      ". . .a video of the musician David Van Tieghem dancing through Lower Manhattan with a set of drumsticks
    and 'playing' the city as he goes is a treat."
                    Holland Cotter, New York Times, 9/11/08

      ". . .an inventive composition in which the composer played unconventional objects. . ."
                    Gia Kourlas, New York Times, 6/4/05

      ". . .odd, intriguing. . ."
                    Sarah Kaufman, Washington Post, 11/1/04

      "David Van Tieghem's music and sound (for 'Blood Cherries') create some stunning effects."
                    Francine Russo, Village Voice, 3/5/03

      "The message (in 'The Crucible'), underscored by David Van Tieghem's ominous, anxious music, is clear:
    Salem's got the fever, and it's got it bad."
                    Ben Brantley, New York Times, 3/8/02

        ". . .('Othello' is) beautifully enhanced by the staging and production design. . .David Van Tieghem's
    sound design includes sinister bell noises that seem to signal those moments when Iago clicks another
    piece of his diabolical puzzle into place."
                    Ben Brantley, New York Times, 12/10/01

        "David Van Tieghem has contributed his customarily unsettling subliminal sound effects (to 'Othello)."
                    Howard Kissel, New York Daily News, 12/10/01

        "Better yet is David Van Tieghem's music-cum-sound (for 'The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek'): When
    will this consummate artist with hundreds of such achievements to his credit receive his great, and
    greatly overdue, due?"
                    John Simon, New York Magazine, 7/19/99

        ". . .breathlessly perfect articulation. . .Van Tieghem solves the problem (in 'The Turn of the Screw') with
    sheer restraint, with tiny hints of tune, faint whispers, gentle knocks, creaks, or footsteps, so we're never
    quite sure what we've just heard. . .gorgeous stylization. . ."
                    Michael Feingold, Village Voice, 4/6/99

        ". . .spine-tingling music by David Van Tieghem underlines ominous revelations (in 'Night Must Fall')."
                    Ben Brantley, New York Times, 3/9/99

        ". . .sparing but bone-chilling sound (for 'Wit') by David Van Tieghem. . ."
                    John Simon, New York Magazine, 9/28/98

        ". . .together with Jeff Ladman’s sound design, David Van Tieghem’s jangly, thumping score
    (for 'Romeo and Juliet') provides an almost cinematic ambiance."
                    David Mermelstein, Variety, 9/14/98

        "David Van Tieghem’s original music and sound (for 'Nasty Little Secrets') are unfailingly on target."
                    John Simon, New York Magazine, 6/1/98

        "David Van Tieghem's original music and sound (for 'Scotland Road') keep you on the edge of your seat."
                    Sam Whitehead, Time Out New York, 1/29/98

        "(Mac Wellman's) dense, oddball dialogue, especially as set to David Van Tieghem's cerebral music,
    may begin to obsess you, too.  I've spent two full days trying to expel the incantatory 'Why the Y in Ybor?'
    from my noggin. . .wonderfully exotic, hypnotizing hymns and song fragments. . ."
                    Peter Marks, New York Times, 10/17/97

        ". . .David Van Tieghem's wry music-sound design (for 'Baby Anger') is enormously right."
                    John Simon, New York Magazine, 7/7/97

        ". . .add to these the pleasures of David Van Tieghem's coolly emphatic incidental music
    (for 'Baby Anger'). . ."
                    Peter Marks, New York Times, 6/10/97

        ". . .('Good as New') is helped immensely by David Van Tieghem's arresting incidental music. . ."
                    Howard Kissel, New York Daily News, 3/3/97

        ". . .the music (for 'The Santaland Diaries') comes from that hippest of theater composers,
    David Van Tieghem."
                    Ben Brantley, New York Times, 11/8/96

        ". . .the music and and sound effects (for 'Henry V'), devised and executed by David Van Tieghem,
    are a total success."
                    John Simon, New York Magazine, 7/15/96

        ". . .a striking production (of 'Sabina'), aided by an eerily effective sound design from David Van Tieghem."
                    Wilborn Hampton, New York Times, 3/23/96

        "David Van Tieghem's eerie, evocative sound design is one of the finest components of Douglas
    Hughes's nearly flawless production (of 'The Grey Zone')."
                    The New Yorker, 1/22/96

        "David Van Tieghem is the percussion world's David Copperfield. He coaxes audiences into seeing
    everyday objects as fantastical creations with a life and poetry all their own, but instead of making the
    objects levitate and disappear, he performs feats of percussion on them. . .he drummed blindfolded
    on two moving tables set with kitchen utensils. . .drumming on everything in sight. . .tapping on the risers,
    the walls, the floor, the soles of his sneakers and even a drum set. . .he soon moved on to solo on dozens
    of bits of scrap metal strung from four coat racks and to use electronic delay effects to turn the noises of
    toys into quirky rhythmic loops. . .The pacing of the performance and Mr. Van Tieghem's humorous,
    methodical gestures showed a sensitivity to movement that was almost equal to his skill as a percussionist,
    which is one reason he has composed scores for many of New York's leading choreographers. . .Credit
    should be given to Mr. Van Tieghem for his abilities as a juggler, because it's hard for one man to keep
    music, comedy, dance, theater and magic all in the air without dropping one."
                    Neil Strauss, New York Times, 12/13/94

        "David Van Tieghem is a drummer with a wry, deadpan, very funny wit. . .a unique and inventive
    performer. . .a sort of ambient funk; kind of like New Age's hipper cousin. . .hypnotically ethereal
    and beautifully physicalized. . .funny. . .compellingly dramatic. . .wonderfully entertaining and
    artistically visionary. . ."
                    John Michael Koroly, WRSU-FM, Rutgers University, 12/11/94

         "Against your will, you'll probably find yourself singing ('Swoop's') one song, which has
    the refrain 'The devil has beautiful skin,' for days afterward."
                    Ben Brantley, New York Times, 11/94

         ". . .David Van Tieghem's haunting, otherworldly music (for 'The Hyacinth Macaw') superbly
    matches both the dread and the wistfulness of the script."
                    Ben Brantley, New York Times, 5/20/94

         "The music by David Van Tieghem is enormously vital, giving the dance a drama beyond the movement.
    Van Tieghem is creating some of the best dance music around. . .its repetitive insistence makes
    dancing irresistible, grounding the dance even as it pulls it forward."
                    Sally Sommer, Village Voice, 4/10/90

         ". . .brilliant. . .a curious mix of Harpo Marx and musique concrete. . .free-spirited fun. . ."
                    Chris Pasles, Los Angeles Times, 11/7/87

         ". . .radiant. . .chilling. . .(Van Tieghem) is incredible to watch. . .possesses a joyful imagination. . .
    portrays a mad scientist, surgeon and nightclub singer, ending as an extraterrestrial. . ."
                    Sasha Anawalt, Los Angeles Herald Examiner, 11/7/87

         ". . .through the streets of Manhattan, sticks in hand, (Van Tieghem) beats out a variety of rhythmic
    sounds from the city's commonplace artifacts. . .the city has rarely sounded so good."
                    John J. O'Connor, New York Times, 7/5/85

         ". . .virtuosic. . .witty. . .lyrical. . .beguiling. . .a suavely wacky stage comedian as well as a talented
    composer. . .a poet-scientist-magician of everyday sound finding music in everything he touched."
                    Stephen Holden, New York Times, 7/30/84

         ". . .lyrical soundscapes. . .unusual percussive coloring. . .balances techno-gloss expertise with a
    playful sense of wonder."
                    Craig Lee, Los Angeles Times, 7/29/84

         ". . .a preeminent avant-garde percussionist. . .nutty performance pieces. . .there are serious
    purpose and rock-solid drumming technique behind his antics.  He just could be the Duchamp of
    new music, scrambling the mundane stuff of everyday life into art that first makes us laugh, then
    makes us think."
                    Vanity Fair, 11/83

         ". . .an hour and a half of pure pleasure. . .virtuoso rhythmic digressions. . .an overtone of mystery. . .
    a childlike spirit of delighted discovery. . .Van Tieghem can use his feet and his lanky body as effectively
    as any instrument. . .a sophisticated, high-tech riot. . .impeccable timing. . .a confident, generous presence
    that shares with the audience an expansive sense of wonder. . ."
                    Sally Banes, Village Voice, 2/15/83

NAME-DROPPING SECTION

Some of the Actors I’ve Been Privileged to Put Music and/or Sound Under, Over, Around and Behind
(in alphabetical order):

F. Murray Abraham
Kirk Acevedo
Alan Alda

Elizabeth Ashley
Eileen Atkins
Kevin Bacon
Becky Ann Baker

Dylan Baker
Leslie Ayvazian
Bob Balaban

Christine Baranski
Joy Behar
Daniel Benzali
Emily Bergl
Linda Blair
Orlando Bloom
Mark Blum
Andre Braugher
Amy Brenneman
Matthew Broderick
Norbert Leo Butz
Gabriel Byrne
Bill Camp

Naomi Campbell
Bobby Cannavale
Dick Cavett

Kathleen Chalfant
Stockard Channing
Gordon Clapp
Jill Clayburgh
George Coe
Margaret Colin

Sean "Puffy" Combs
Jennifer Coolidge
Bradley Cooper
Michael Countryman

Veanne Cox
Walter Cronkite
Billy Crudup
Alma Cuervo

Kieran Culkin
Willem Dafoe

Tyne Daly
Hope Davis
Bruce Davison
Ellen DeGeneres
Brian Dennehy
Peter Dinklage
Vincent D’Onofrio

Illeanna Douglas
Polly Draper
Richard Dreyfuss
Jennifer Dundas

Charles Durning
Richard Easton

Christine Ebersole
Chris Eigemann
Ned Eisenberg
Ron Eldard
Linda Emond

Laura Esterman
Takayo Fischer
Kate Forbes
Robert Foxworth
Joe Franklin
Elizabeth Franz
Brendan Fraser
Mo Gaffney

Rita Gam
Jennifer Garner
Paul Giamatti

Julia Gibson
Seth Gilliam
Peri Gilpin
John Glover
Tony Goldwyn
Randy Graff
Enid Graham
Spalding Gray
George Grizzard
Ann Guilbert
Michael C. Hall
Jason Butler Harner
Neil Patrick Harris

Ethan Hawke
Michael Hayden
John Benjamin Hickey
John Hickock
Marin Hinkle

Philip Seymour Hoffman
Hal Holbrook

Polly Holliday
Tim Hopper
Tom Irwin
Judith Ivey

Sir Derek Jacobi
Kristen Johnson
Patricia Kalember
Julie Kavner

Spencer Kayden
Zoe Kazan
Marthe Keller

David Patrick Kelly
John Kelly
Brian Kerwin
Kevin Kline
Seana Kofoed

Swoosie Kurtz
Robert LaFosse
Nathan Lane
Stephen Lang
Frank Langella
Dick Latessa

Dan Lauria
Linda Lavin
Michael Learned

Sabrina Le Beauf
Adriane Lenox

Clea Lewis
G. Gordon Liddy
Judith Light
Matthew Lillard
Laura Linney
Priscilla Lopez
Elina Lowensohn
Josh Lucas
Lydia Lunch

Robert Lupone
Anthony Mackie
Elizabeth Marvel

David McCallum
Chris McCann
Elizabeth McGovern
Christopher Meloni
Sienna Miller
Donald Moffat

James Morrison
Rob Morrow
David Morse
Robin Morse
Anson Mount
Brian Murray
Liam Neeson
Mark Nelson
Phyllis Newman
Julianne Nicholson
Cynthia Nixon
Chris Noth
Denis O'Hare
Sandra Oh

Timothy Oliphant
Anna Paquin
John Pankow
Judy Parfitt
Mary-Louise Parker
Amanda Peet
Penn & Teller

Angie Phillips
Allison Pill
Chris Pine
Larry Pine
Michael Pitt

Paula Pizzi
Martha Plimpton
Natalie Portman
Bill Pullman

James Randi ("The Amazing Randi")
Condola Rashad
James Rebhorn
Roger Rees

Molly Ringwald
Julia Roberts

Laila Robbins
Sam Rockwell
Reg Rogers

Gus Rogerson
Isabella Rossellini
Paul Rudd
Mark Ruffalo
Mercedes Ruehl
William Sadler

Susan Sarandon
Maximillian Schell

Rebecca Schull
Amy Sedaris
Kyra Sedgwick
Rhea Seehorn
Marian Seldes
Chloe Sevigny
Jeremy Shamos
Michael Shannon
Bree Sharp
Harry Shearer

Grant Show
Rocco Sisto
Erika Slezak
Mira Sorvino
Paul Sorvino
John Spencer
Stephen Spinella
Annie Sprinkle
Dina Spybey
Helen Stenborg
Jerry Stiller
Henry Stram
David Strathairn
Jeffrey Tambor
Richard Thomas
Jennifer Tilly
Rich Topol
Donald Trump

Maria Tucci
James Urbaniak
Karen Valentine
Kate Valk
Ron Vawter
Gore Vidal
Sigourney Weaver
Christopher Evan Welch
Christopher Walken
John Patrick Walker
Roberta Wallach

Andy Warhol
Fred Weller
Welker White
Lee Wilkof
Mykelti Williamson
Joseph Wiseman
Tom Wopat

Damian Young


Thanks for visiting!
I'll be updating and improving this page soon with more
images, links, info, music and video...
David


                                 (from the video "Galaxy")

Some More-or-Less Related Links (in no particular order)

Cate Woodruff - Photographs
Jill Du Boff - Sound Designer
Studio 360 - weekly arts & culture radio program from WNYC & PRI
(with theme music by David Van Tieghem)

Steve Reich
The Kitchen
Woodstock Percussion
William Coupon - Photographer
John Cage
Harry Partch
Karlheinz Stockhausen
Sonic Architecture / Bill & Mary Buchen
Electronic Music Foundation
Lovely Music Records
Laurie Anderson
Brian Eno
Joy Askew
Evelyn Glennie
Peter Gabriel
Witness - Using Video & Technology to Fight for Human Rights
P. S. 122
Raymond Scott
Bang on a Can
Sarah Cahill - pianist, writer, producer
New York Foundation for the Arts
Loopers Delight
Ken Butler's Hybrid Visions
Max Neuhaus
E-mail: david@vantieghem.com

Top DVT Photo by William Coupon, Clothing by Issey Miyake

Special Thanks to David Cain for his scanning assistance with the CD covers.

  REPRESENTATION for THEATRE:

The Rolfe Company, Inc.
Phone 212-757-6756
Fax 212-757-7502
850 Seventh Ave., Suite 705
New York, NY 10019


  REPRESENTATION for FILM:

Tad Lumpkin
International Creative Management

Phone 310-550-4000
8942 Wilshire Boulevard
Beverly Hills, CA 90211


 (from the video "Galaxy")