David Berlin is a composer, music educator, educational content developer and arts education consultant. He has collaborated extensively in dance-theatre and multi-artist, performances. His orchestral and chamber music and his compositions have been performed by such groups as the Orchestra Society of Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Classical Symphony Orchestra, the Laureate Woodwind Quintet, the Renaissance City Woodwind Quintet, the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble, and the Sterbrooke Ensemble at Carnegie Hall in Manhattan and at the Galapagos Art Space in Brooklyn. Internationally, his work has been performed by the Cuarteto de Saxófones de Barcelona in Spain and by Ensemble HND in Sweden. His piece “DNA” is a large-scale collaborative piece with 59 other composers and video artist Patrick Liddell, and has been presented repeatedly, both nationally and internationally.
He teaches at Carnegie Mellon University part-time where he gives an on-line theory and composition course through the Department of Special Music Programs. In addition to numerous other professional organizations for educators and composers he is a member of the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers and the Society of Composers.
More information can be found on his website: http://tozier.net/dberlin/website/index.html
When It Rains...
Film (Drama) Music department When Hollywood said NO, she said YES and guerrilla filmmaker #metoo #timesup Migdia Chinea, with her whatever-it-takes attitude, took on the arduous task of making the poignant period piece WHEN IT RAINS. Two years in the making, Migdia set the stage to carve out a piece of iconic Los Angeles post sexual revolution history. Her neo noir film revolves around actress/photographer Miranda Maar, her lovers, her friends, and their aspirations during two weeks of the worst rain storm in Hollywood 1972. Written by Mike chinea, Consulting producer. Migdia Chinea, Director/writer/producer.