In 2007 I was the Music Director and Violist for 'Tempo of Recollection', a staged performance of the music of Erwin Schulhoff. Set in a 1920s Prague Beer Hall, the show used Costumes, Projections, Music, Dance, anything and everything to bring to life this amazingly ecclectic and nearly forgotten composer. First staged at Cornish College of the Arts and then presented by the Seattle Symphony at Benaroya Hall. 

Here is a video from the end of the show of Schulhoff's Tarantella performed by the Saint Helens String Quartet, Michael Lim and Adrianna Hulscher Violins, Michael Lieberman (me) Viola, Paige Stockley Cello.

Here's a few more great pics from the show. 

 The great Jose Gonzales as Erwin Schulhoff          photo credit: Michelle Smith-Lewis Courtesy of Cornish College of the Arts

The great Jose Gonzales as Erwin Schulhoff          photo credit: Michelle Smith-Lewis Courtesy of Cornish College of the Arts

 photo credit: Michelle Smith-Lewis Courtesy of Cornish College of the Arts

photo credit: Michelle Smith-Lewis Courtesy of Cornish College of the Arts

 photo credit: Michelle Smith-Lewis Courtesy of Cornish College of the Arts

photo credit: Michelle Smith-Lewis Courtesy of Cornish College of the Arts

 photo credit: Michelle Smith-Lewis Courtesy of Cornish College of the Arts

photo credit: Michelle Smith-Lewis Courtesy of Cornish College of the Arts