María Macarena Castellón
María Macarena Castellón (B.M. Music Technology, 2018) recently played electric bass on the world premiere of Attack Theatre's Rube Goldberg Variations.
Catellón's first time working with professional dancers in a theatre while performing classical music was also special, as she had the opportunity to work with Pittsburgh-based composer, Flavio Chamis, former assistant conductor to Leonard Bernstein for his 1985 tour of Europe and Japan.
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