Various Sound Installations and Summer Happenings


Martin Carrillo is Sound Designer for numerous Broad Events and installations throughout the year. Summer happenings like the Strange Forest event chronicled in this video bring together Performance artists, Music Acts, and Poets, curated to provide a resonance with artworks in the collection. Sound support is provided for four venues within the Museum.

Cave: A Dance for Lilith

 LADC Dancers. Photo by Taso Papadakis

LADC Dancers. Photo by Taso Papadakis

 Photo by Taso Papadakis

Photo by Taso Papadakis

Cave: A Dance for Lilith  -  TheatEr Dybbuk

11.9.2012 at Diavolo

In 2012, Theater Dybbuk presented its most ambitious project to date in collaboration with LA Contemporary Dance. Penned by Aaron Henne and choreographed by Kate Hutter. An epic work chronicling the threads of feminine myths in ancient Jewish texts. Cave is at once reverent and challenging with a raw power that only dance can bring. The work featured a Score by Eric Mason, and a transformation of the Diavolo space in DTLA. Rubber "sand" created a tactile dynamic dance space. The Sound Design featured a DMitri 24 channel DMitri system and two wireless for the vocalists in the piece, plus Eric's Electric Cello, Harmonium, Ableton Samples, and various toys. 

Wireless Microphone Threading

Martin Carrillo At work threading a wireless microphone for actor, Brad Culver. 


Blood Red Lost Head Dead Falcon: The Nibelungen

Collision Theory:

Dir. by Aaron Henne, Sound Design and Music by Martin Carrillo

Eat Me:

Feature Film Score by Martin Carrillo