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On June 25–27, Canvas Gallery San Diego will present Kristopher Apple in Performance. Apple will perform his own repertoire of musical works composed in collaboration with artists ranging from choreographers, writers, visual artists, and software developers. The repertoire will feature Apple as violinist, poet, dancer, and choreographer in concert with interactive audio effects and video. After many years working at the intersections of art disciplines and digital media, Apple has put together a program that will feature a range of his inter-media compositions, interdisciplinary performance practice, and network of collaborators. Collaborative elements include visual art by Dan Allen, choreography by Dina Apple, a dance film by Alicia Arguilla, sound and video design by Christian Kjeldsen, music composition by Blair Robert Nelson, fiction writing by Stephen Silke, videography by Huy Trinh, and audio software by Chris Warren.


Kristopher Apple is a violinist and composer who works at the intersection of music, movement, text, and digital media. His music is a regular feature of the San Diego arts scene where he works closely with choreographers, writers, directors, composers, visual artists, and software developers to integrate music and interdisciplinary performance practices. He is a highly sought after artist who provides both musical and technical support to numerous colleges, universities, dance companies, and theater companies throughout San Diego. His music has most recently been featured with Animal Cracker Conspiracy, Wallpaper Performance Company, transcendDANCE Youth Arts Project, Canvas Gallery San Diego, Grey Pony Writers Guild, Somebodies Dance Theater, SDSU School of Music and Dance, UC San Diego Department of Theatre and Dance, Grossmont College, So Say We All’s “Incoming,” and as violinist in the Nathan Hubbard Quartet.
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By: Canvas Gallery San Diego

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