POONARC: A Page Out of Order: Not About Romanian Cinema, Yoshiko Chuma and The School of Hard Knocks, Touring: Romania, Japan, USA, Danspace Project. June 2009
Kristjan Jarvi’s Absolute Ensemble, Tours to Europe and in the USA. Absolute Bach Reinvented, Absolute Mix. Absolute Arabian Nights at the New Zealand International Festival in Wellington. Town Hall, Lincoln Center Out of Doors in NYC Featuring soloists Marcel Khalife, Daniel Schnyder and Bassam Saba. 2007, 2009, 2010
East Village Dance Project formed the Junior Company. First tour to Purdue University, Indiana. Performed with Project IN Motion. Fall 2009
POOM² A Page Out of Order M to M, Yoshiko Chuma and The School of Hard Knocks, at Japan Society, NYC.
PEDESTRIAN 2008 annual Art in Odd Places Festival directed by Ed Woodham along 14th Street, NYC.
Red Carpet 1967, by Yoshiko Chuma and The School of Hard Knocks at Lincoln Center Out-of-Doors Festival. August 2007
A Page Out of Order: M. Yoshiko Chuma and The School of Hard Knocks, at Dance Theater Workshop in NYC, co-produced with Beagle Inc from Japan and Lokomotiva from Macedonia.
Howl on the Road, a performance project created for Lincoln Center Out-of-Doors Festival, in collaboration with director, Jenneth Webster, and partners: Art in Odd Places and East Village Dance Project.
Kristjan Jarvi’s Absolute Ensemble, Absolute Zappa tour to Europe, (Italy, Austria.) Featuring soloists (’Grandmothers of invention”) Napolean Murphy Brock and Mike Keneally. Fall 2006
Kristjan Jarvi’s Absolute Ensemble, Opera Project at Skirball Center at NYU, NYC. Co-produced Opera project by 18 member music ensemble with music arrangements by Daniel Schnyder. Conductor Kristjan Jarvi. Fall 2005
Manipur Field Trip, a collaboration project with film curator and artist, Somi Roy. Bringing a small group of artists to Manipur in Northeast India as a cultural exchange project with support from Asian Cultural Council. Artists: Les Blank, Zette Emmons, Yoshiko Chuma, Bonnie Sue Stein, Erin Mee. November 2005
WA Sprit of Harmony tour in USA, musicians from Japan, in cooperation with Station LTD, Directed by Mitsuo Tamura, Tokyo.
Co-produce the US Tour of Ilkhom Theatre from Uzbekistan, in Imitations of the Koran directed by Mark Weil.
Eitetsu Hayashi Taiko Drummers from Japan, producing concert at Town Hall, NYC. 2002 Live recording produced in collaboration with Eitetsu team and GOH.
Daughter of a Pacifist Soldier by Tamar Rogoff Performance Projects at La MaMa Theatre, management and fundraising services.
H. Agatsuma, shamisen, NYC recording session for DOMO RECORDS, producing a new CD. Arranged recording session, provided management services for traditional and new music on the Japanese shamisen.
Jim Neu – Playwriting Workshop series and Performance tour to Ljublana, Slovenia. Fundraising consultation.
Annie B. Parson Big Dance Theater, Project advisor and development for NYC, domestic and international touring.
Polli Talu Arts Residency Center. Assisted in development of international projects involving residencies of artists from the US to Estonia. Workshop on video and dance collaborations for dance professionals from across East Central Europe, taught by Ernie and Tomayo from USA. Summer 2002
Puppetry and Literacy and other workshops with Czechoslovak-American Marionette Theatre for Earth School, Neighborhood School, and with Upper West Side Schools: La Guardia and Martin Luther King.
English Camp in Estonia, with Polli Talu Arts Residency Center, teaching local children age 12-14 English and arts, a one week intensive program.
Yoshiko Chuma and The School of Hard Knocks, Pi=3.14, a collaboration with Nihad and Sead Kresevljakovic from Sarajevo at Dixon Place and La Mama, 2001-02
Teatr Mladinsko, Ljubljana, Slovenia at La MaMa ETC, New York. Fall 2001
Choreography/lighting/music residency with Polli Talu, with Carol Mullins, Douglas Dunn and Lisa Karrer/David Simons
Yoshiko Chuma and The School of Hard Knocks, Reverse Psychology Agenda Three: What’s Up? In Tallinn Estonia and St. Petersburg Russia (Kannon Theatre and AugustDance Festival, 2001); Reverse Psychology; Agenda 2: In Gear (Duke Theatre, New York, 2001)
Developing and Managing Cathy Weis’ Show Me, The Kitchen, NYC 2001
Yoshiko Chuma and The School of Hard Knocks, Nagoya Suites (Aichi Arts Center, Nagoya, Japan 2000); Reverse Psychology: Agenda Number One: Japan, Joyce Theater, NY
Conference Management for Global Interchange, an International Artists Conversation sponsored by Arts International, 650 Arts and Meet The Composer 1999
Wendy Osserman Dance – Promotion and Marketing services 1999-2001
Myung Soo Kim‘s Shaman Dance from Korea at Dance Theater Workshop. 1999-2004
Fiscal Sponsor for Eifman Ballet. St. Petersburg, Russia, first tour to USA.
Exchange of professionals, including artists and performing arts presenters and educators. Supported by the US Department of State. 2001-2004