Sarah Plant Music

 Music for Film

Eat Drink Man Woman-Ang Lee's Oscar-nominated film (Music: Mader; Associate Music Director,
  Arranger, Flutist: Sarah Plant )
Juliette of the Herbs-nominated: International Documentary Association Award (aired on PBS)
Shoot George
Racing Daylight (with Oscar nominee David Strathairn)
Egos and Sin
For Love of Julian-
narrator: Susan Sarandon
Making Contact
Spotted Puppets and Rasa-animated films (aired on Canal+ and TV Ontario)

 Music for Television

A Dream in Doubt (ITVS/Center for Asian-American Media/PBS)
Borderline Fractures: Guillermo Gomez-Peña
Bravo Profiles: Julie Taymor-
provided original music (Bravo)
Brothers and Others: Impact of 9/11 on Muslims and Arabs in America (CBC, Swiss TV)
Going Organic (PBS)
Speak Out: I Had an Abortion
Nicaragua: Report from the Front-co-scored (PBS)
The It Factor-provided original music (Bravo)
In the Eye of the Spirit-two 13-part series (Wisdom Channel)
A Daughter's Rage (Court TV)

 Music for Museums, Dance, Multimedia
 

American Museum of Natural History-Biodiversity Hall film exhibits
Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Co. Commission performed internationally
The Ava Project-Live- and cyber-dance animated multimedia installation by Kathleen Ruiz
Bang Bang: You're Not Dead-Kathleen Ruiz's video game/art installation
Stunt Dummies: K. Ruiz's interactive museum installation exhibited NY, Singapore, Germany (Sony)

 Performance
 

Compositions performed at the Kennedy Center, Carnegie Recital Hall, Brooklyn Academy
of Music,
New York's Public Theater, Museum of Modern Art (NYC), Spoleto Festival,
and on radio and television.

Has performed with ensembles ranging from chamber and Renaissance music to Brazilian, Italian,
Afro-Cuban, Celtic and Klezmer, specializing in styles from Latin America and around the world.
Has performed in Nicaragua, Cuba, Chile.


Instruments: Flute, keyboards, bamboo flutes, guitar, piccolo, alto flute.

 Other
 

Music Editor, Sing Out! Magazine
Music studies at Mannes College, Sarah Lawrence College. Flute study: Thomas Nyfenger, Katherine
  Hoover. Composition: Meyer Kupferman.
Spanish language: proficient; experience scoring Spanish-language films.
Digital project studio: MIDI/Audio, locked to picture. (Acoustic instruments preferred;
  sampled/synthesized sounds also available).

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