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Music for Dance
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‘Whack-a-Mole’ Black Label Movement. Choreographer Carl Flink
Premiere: Cowles Center for Dance. Minneapolis, June 2013

‘Lost Lullabies’  Black Label Movement. Choreographer Carl Flink
Premiere:  Kennedy Center.  DC, May 2012

‘Canary’ and ‘For She’ Black Label Movement. Choreographer Carl Flink
Premiere:  Cowles Center for Dance. Minneapolis, Feb 2012

‘Dance vs. Powerpoint, a modest proposal’ Black Label Movement. Choreographers Carl Flink and John Bohannon
‘SpaceWalk’ Black Label Movement. Choreographers Carl Flink and Edward Oroyan
Premiere: TEDxBrussels. Belgium, November 2011

‘HIT’ Black Label Movement. Choreographer Carl Flink
Premiere: Columbia School of Dance. Chicago, Mar 2011

Music for Film
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Human Rights. Carlos S. Alvarez dir., (Denmark), 2012
(Winner: Human Rights Award. 60Seconds Short Film Fest. Copenhagen.)

Regular Joe.  Red Dilemma Productions, Gene Landry dir., 2007

The Beauty King. Juliah Rueckert dir., 2007

Music for Theater
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An Iliad Composer/Sound design Guthrie Theater, 2013
Oliver Twist Composer Park Square Theater, 2011
Next Fall  Composer Jungle Theater, 2011
The Mystery of Irma Vep  Composer Jungle Theater, 2010
Mary’s Wedding  Composer Jungle Theater, 2009
Shipwrecked!, An Entertainment  Composer Jungle Theater, 2009
Hitchcock Blonde  Composer Jungle Theater, 2009
Nosferatu Composer Bryant Lake Bowl, 2009
The Sisters Rosensweig  Sound design Park Square Theater, 2008
Pericles  Composer California Shakespeare Theater, 2008
The Syringa Tree  Composer Jungle Theater, 2008
9 Parts of Desire  Composer Guthrie Theater, 2008
The Cryptogram  Composer Walking Shadow Theater, 2007
Communicating Doors  Composer, sound design Joking Apart Theater, 2007
I Am My Own Wife  Composer Jungle Theater, 2006
A Woman in Mind  Sound design Joking Apart Theater, 2006
Pericles  Composer Guthrie Theater, 2005
On the Verge  Composer, sound design Gremlin Theater, 2005
Empty Plate at the Café Beuf  Composer, sound design Girl Friday Productions, 2005
Murder at the Abbey Grange  Composer, sound design Hardcover Theater, 2004
Hate Mail  Sound design Girl Friday Productions, 2004
Oil on Canvas  Sound design 15Head Theater, 2004
The Mystery of Irma Vep  Composer, sound design Park Square Theater, 2003
Crazyface  Composer, sound design Mary Worth Theater, 2003
The Enchanted  Composer, sound design 15Head Theater, 2003

Grants / Awards
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Second commission from the American Music Center and American Composers’ Forum Live Music for Dance Program. Mar 2012

Commission from the American Music Center and American Composers’ Forum Live Music for Dance Program. Mar 2011

Springboard for the Arts CSA grant for a limited edition LP of theater music. Nov 2010

Ivey Award.  Award for overall excellence of a production. Mary’s Wedding,  Jungle Theater. Oct 2010

Reviews
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In an unusual twist for a dance concert, Black Label Movement’s “Visceral” program at the Cowles Center may be best described by its sounds. . . Greg Brosofske’s rock-solid soundscape accompanies a work caught in a mash-up of genres, specifically a 1970’s prom gone New Wave with a touch of Goth.
– Caroline Palmer, Star Tribune

The real star of the performance is Greg Brosofske, who found the ear of Bernard Herrmann in compositions that underscore the production.
– Hitchcock Blonde, Graydon Royce, Star Tribune

I’ve rarely heard sound used so effectively: Chamber strings, buzzing bees, goofy game-show bells, and galloping horses all weave themselves around the playful performances.
– The Enchanted, Bill Corbet, City Pages

Complimenting the entire production is a score by local composer Greg Brosofske that masterfully appropriates the familiar work of Hitchcock’s legendary collaborator, Bernard Hermann. Had I not read the production program, in fact, I might have mistaken Brosofske’s renderings as the original compositions.
– Hitchcock Blonde, Brad Richason, Art Examiner.com

Brosofske lends pomp and romance to an already lyrical story. . . an enthralling world music mélange.
– Percles, Sam Hurwitt, East Bay Express