June 23, 2015 - 30th Anniversary of the bombing of Air India

Today is June 23, 2015, the 30th anniversary of the bombing of Air India Flight 182. The Canadian poet Renée Sarojini Saklikar and I have worked on this 60-minute memorial composition for over two years. Today is the most important day on our calendar for our project. We invite you to listen to our work, Flight 182 Meditations, which has been unanimously described as a "beautiful" work, and obtain a copy of the CD or download at a 30% discount at this link http://ow.ly/OsJ9G. Thank you for remembering this horrible event and participating in a culture of peace and cultural understanding.

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New release: Flight 182 Meditations


June 3, 2015

Award-winning poet Renée Saklikar and renowned composer John Oliver join forces to create an immersive experience of soundscapes interwoven with poems from Saklikar's long poem children of air india: un/authorized exhibits and interjections. about the bombing of Air India Flight 182. The raw voice of the poet is the instrument for a new sonic journey. This work is being released to coincide with the 30th anniversary of the bombing of Air India, June 23, 2015, as a memorial to the dead.

Available in the soundshop.
Poetry available at Harbour Publishing.

Learn about the bombing of Air India Flight 182 by watching this CBC documentary Read More...

Frykberg at Dunedin, New Zealand

Fringe Festival DanceSpeak at Mary Hopewell Theatre April 2008.
The first work was a short film titled Anima directed by Ali East and danced by Lyne Pringle. This dance contained no words at all ........... Words were not required for this was a beautiful and haunting film where the movement of the body was completely at one with the movement of nature;......... Susan Frykberg's soundscape and John Irwin's camera edited ensured that the work flowed seamlessly. Reviewed by Barbara Snook, 4 Apr 2008 Read More...