The story unfolds to the accompaniment of haunting original music from David Coulter, who performs live — often coaxing otherworldly tones from saw blades and other unconventional instruments.
— James Hebert - The San Diego Union-Tribune

Tribune review here

I never could have imagined that when Carey Perloff asked me to create a score for a new adaptation of a novel by Khaled Hosseini back in 2015 that it would lead to me winning my first ever award, meeting some of the most astonishing human beings, making deep new friendships and sharing this incredible story and my accompanying score to literally tens of thousands of people. I have performed this music over 200 times and I still am not tired of it. Here are few highlights from this last year.



Here are a few newspaper articles:

Review from San Diego Tribune

Piece from SF Gate

As with the 2017 run, David Coulter supplies otherworldly live music on the saw and other unconventional instruments.
David Coulter’s soundscape, performed live just off stage, provides a perfectly spare, film-like score, and an ornamentally perforated backdrop allows for vibrant changes in color, without being overwhelming or leaping into neon unreality.
Rinabeth Apostol (Laila) and Denmo Ibrahim (Mariam)

Rinabeth Apostol (Laila) and Denmo Ibrahim (Mariam)

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