Tal Rosner is BAFTA-winning artist and filmmaker. His work on multi-disciplinary collaborations, from orchestral music and contemporary dance to television graphics, has been described as 'most astounding' (The Times) 'ingenious' (Variety) and 'heralding a new genre' (The New Yorker). With a unique style of digital craftsmanship, he stands out at the forefront of international moving image practice, both on screen and on stage.
March 27-29, 2014/Britten/Philadelphia Orchestra
June 28, 2014/Britten/San Francisco Symphony
Following its World Premiere with New World Symphony in Miami (below), the recently commissioned new video interpretation of Britten's Four Sea Interludes by four leading American orchestras continues to tour. The piece will receive its Philadelphia Premiere with the Philadelphia Orchestra in March 2014, under the baton of Donald Runnicles, and West Coast Premiere with the San Francisco Symphony in June 2014, under the baton of Michael Tilson Thomas.
Click here for tickets to the West Coast premiere and additional info.
March 22, 2014/INERTIA/Channel 4 Random Acts
INERTIA, Tal's collaboration with choreographer Cameron McMillan, will be broadcast on Channel 4 and promoted on the Random Acts website. The project is a 3-minute Dance Film, with music by Bryce Dessner. Commissioned by the Ballet Boyz, with the support of Arts Council England-and a special thanks to Animated Exeter.
Click here for the YouTube link.
November 16-19, 2013/Ligeti Synergy/Work in Progress
A collaborative video and music project with world-renowned American violinist Jennifer Koh, to be premiered in 2016. Since 2009, Tal and Jenny have worked closely to fluidly integrate video and music into cohesive artistic experiences. The Ligeti Violin Concerto project will be their most ambitious endeavour thus far.
Click here for Tal and Jennifer's first collaboration.
July 1-6, 2013/The Egg/Royal Opera House R&D
For the past six months Tal has been developing ideas for a new opera in collaboration with composer Christopher Mayo. The Hard-boiled Egg, based on a teleplay by Eugene Ionesco, had kindly received a week of research and development at the Royal Opera House in London–to start experimenting with this project. Click her
June 10, 2013/Dates/Channel 4
Earlier this year, Tal designed the graphic packaging and opening sequence for Dates, the new C4 drama series. Created by Bryan Elsley and produced by Balloon Entertainment, the show was broadcast in June 2013 to a great critical success.