“Di Yea” is a performance about grief, and in particular my story. It is also a culmination of my Master research in which I wanted to explore what an interdisciplinary jazz performance could look like. Integrating story telling and acting, with music and movement, “Di Yea” is the result.
And so finally, here is the video of the full performance. I want to thank all the people who helped to make this happen. From my teachers and mentors, to the musicians and technicians behind the scenes – thank you!