Marc Kudisch Joins Katie Thompson and More in The Coterie: DOWNTOWN/UPTOWN, 9/9
Recent work includes Dog Days (Peak Performances, Montclair/Beth Morrison Projects), Am I Born (Brooklyn Philharmonic/Brooklyn Youth Chorus) and Vinkensport, or the Finch Opera (Bard Conservatory) with David T. Little; Song from the Uproar (Beth Morrison Projects at The Kitchen) with Missy Mazzoli; Strip Mall (Los Angeles Philharmonic) and A Song for Wade (This is Not That Song) (Alarm Will Sound) with Matt Marks; Angel's Bone (Mann Center for the Performing Arts) with Du Yun; Stoned Prince (loadbang) and Violations (Yale School of Music) with Hannah Lash; and Maren of Vardø (New York City Opera VOX) with Jeff Myers. Upcoming projects include 27 with Ricky Ian Gordon for Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, JFK with David T. Little for Fort Worth Opera Festival and Midwestern Gothic with Josh Schmidt for Signature Theater, Virginia. Royce is co-Artistic Director of The Coterie, an opera-theater company founded with soprano Lauren Worsham. BFA: Concordia University, Montreal; MFA: NYU; American Lyric Theater's Composer/Librettist Development Program.
Eric Hurtig (Managing Director) joined The Coterie in 2010, bringing his background in film and TV development and production (WNET/WLIW, Andrew Lauren Productions, North Country Cinema) to the company. Eric serves as a consultant on film and television projects at WNET, New York Public Media; is Associate Director of the Bernard L. Schwartz Center for Media, Public Policy and Education at Fordham University; and is a Research Associate at IESE Business School's New York Center. Eric is a graduate of Concordia University's (Montreal) Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema (B.F.A.)
For more information, visit www.coteriedowntown.org.
Photo Credit: Walter McBride