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Program Information

Program name: Charming Disaster: Songs From Books
Program category: Literature- Other
Music
Performing Arts- Other
Program length: 60 minutes
Audience level: Teens
Audience size: 50-100
Program description: Folk-noir duo Charming Disaster presents original songs inspired by Ancient Greek, Norse, and Egyptian mythology, Grimm's fairy tales, the fables of Aesop and La Fontaine, and works of literature including Philip Pullman's The Golden Compass, Flannery O'Connor's short stories, the tales of Edgar Allan Poe, Tintin comics, and more. If desired, the musical performance can also incorporate readings excerpted from the works of literature referenced in the songs. Instrumentation is guitar and ukulele with male/female duet vocals and optional foot percussion.
Space/special requirements: We can perform in a wide range of spaces. We can provide our own sound equipment (microphones/PA, amp) if there are none onsite.
Travel restrictions:
Program fee: $351- $500
Is this fee negotiable? Yes
Mileage included? No
If no, cost per mile: $0.55
Notes about the fee:
Other notes:
Regions this program
can be performed in:
Metro
Southeastern
Long Island
Program last updated: 06/25/2017
   
Performer Information (see all of this performer's programs)
Stage name: Charming Disaster
Performer name: Ellia Bisker
Phone: 914-525-7056
Mailing address: 791 Bushwick ave
Brooklyn, NY 11221
E-mail address: charmingdisasterband@gmail.com
Website: http://charmingdisaster.com
   
Previous appearances at: The Green-Wood Cemetery (Brooklyn, NY), The Poe Museum (Richmond, VA), Joe's Pub at the Public Theater (New York, NY), Pete's Candy Store (Brooklyn, NY), City Reliquary Museum (Brooklyn, NY)
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Performer information last updated: 06/26/2017

 

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