THE COLLECTIVE COLLABORATORS
Noah Pardo (Composer)
is a composer, sound designer, mixer, and audio editor who has written and recorded original content for television series, corporate spots, live performances, short films, dance, sketch comedy, and animated series. In 2015 Noah scored Nazmo Dance Collective’s full length dance performance “re[CLAIM]”. He also scored NDC’s dance film, “Tagged”, featured at Dance on Camera 2015 in Lincoln Center. He scored the 2018 animated series “Tammy’s Tiny Teatime,” an official Sundance selection, and wrote original music for promotional shorts by Wondros Media in Los Angeles and comedy videos produced by The Huffington Post in New York City. He received his Bachelor’s of Music from the Steinhardt School at New York University.
Jeremy Morrow (Marketing/Bass Trombone)
is a bass trombonist currently based in New York City and playing in the Boradway revival of Sunset Boulevard with Glen Close. Jeremy is active throughout the world as an orchestral, chamber, and solo musician. He has performed with top ensembles including New York City Ballet Orchestra, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Phoenix Symphony, New York City Opera, Finnish National Opera Orchestra, Verbier Festival Orchestra (Switzerland), Pacific Music Festival Orchestra (Japan), Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, Phantom of the Opera on Broadway, and many others. Jeremy was a member of New World Symphony for three seasons, where he performed the world premier of "O Bury Me Not," a piece commissioned for him by Michael Tilson Thomas.