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In Vak Song of Becoming, Ann Dyer employs mantra to cultivate performative, sonic, and embodied healing. With a handful of professional singers and a lion’s share of amateurs, they plumb the depths of the ancient use of song to connect to one another and to humanity.

Happy to finally be sharing this one and the simple power of our voices!

Conceived, written, directed by Anne Dyer
Co-composed by Anne Dyer and Tim Volpicella
Choreography: Erika Shuch
Camera: Eric Koziol & Nicole Fuentes

Lila Blue opened for The Bengsons last year at Z Space and knocked our socks off! Check out the stunning and talented 15-year old in this live video we shot and edited.

P.S. You’ll think we’re lying about her age.

Amazing, right?


Cameras: Jenny Chu, Laura Lukitsch, Jacob Marks


Skywatchers is a community arts program conceived and directed by choreographer Anne Bluethenthal of ABD Productions, in which artist facilitators and Tenderloin residents co-create performance while discussing world events, forging relationships, and celebrating life. We are so grateful to have documented the Skywatchers events since its inception in 2011 and to produce this short documentary. Check it out, and get yourself on their contact list to be a part of this community!

We had the privilege to capture this beautiful show at Berkeley’s wonderful music venue, Freight & Salvage and then worked with the musicians to craft a highlights reel to promote the show for future touring opportunities.
Enjoy a few moments with these charming and talented folks:

Arwen Lawrence: lead vocalist, dance, and rhythm guitars
Jorge Liceaga: lead guitars, voice, lead actor
Saul Sierra-Alonso: double bass, leoncita, chorus
Marco Diaz: trumpet, piano & chorus
Brian Rice: percussion & chorus
Nicole Fuentez: camera
Eric Koziol: camera

We enjoyed capturing a one time performance at YBCA in San Francisco of this unique music/dance collaborative performance by Polish composer Jaroslaw Kapuscinski with Korean guest choreographer Young-Doo Jung and Canadian instrument designer John Granzow, who custom-built a gramophone for the piece!

The piece is inspired by Anton Webern’s 1934 masterwork Concerto for Nine Instruments and features San Francisco Contemporary Music Players and conductor Steven Schick.

Check out the highlights:


all I wanna say is…..THANK YOU….to all our beautiful clients of 2013…


Loren R. Robertson Productions thanks all wonderful clients, colleagues, friends of 2012!

music by, yes, Boyz II Men