"An avant-garde vaudevillian. Think Samuel Beckett meets John Cage."
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Friday, October 24 • 7:00pm
FOOVIE (food and a movie) for ArtPower at UC San Diego featuring the Teeny-Tiny Pit Orchestra. Have dinner and watch Sally of the Sawdust, silent, 1925, with Scott and the TTPO.
Thursday, November 13, 2014 • 7:00pm
SILENT NIGHT: FILMS OF THE LA JOLLA CINEMA LEAGUE with the TEENY-TINY PIT ORCHESTRA
Museum of Contemporary Art, Coast Room
700 Prospect Street, La Jolla
Presented by UC San Diego Library and the
La Jolla Historical Society
Sunday, November 23 • 2:00pm
PETER & THE WOLF
Classics for Kids
Scott plays principal oboe in the Classics Philharmonic Orchestra at a Sunday matinee show in the elegant Balboa Theatre. Yes, he’s “the duck” in Peter & the Wolf that day – a delightful “Classics for Kids” presentation.
868 4th Avenue @ E Street, San Diego
Sunday, November 23 • 6:00pm
Scott performs with acclaimed jazz ensemble
Joe Garrison and Night People
2400 Kettner Blvd, Little Italy, San Diego
When cinema was theatre and radio was young...
Scott Paulson is an award-winning soundscape artist who has been heard on radio, television, and film. His performance ensemble, the Teeny-Tiny Pit Orchestra, provides live music and sounds for silent film screenings, ballet productions, radio dramas, operas, and theatrical productions. At many of his live shows, Paulson asks the audience to assist: Strike a thundersheet! Use exotic wooden birdcalls! Roll out an elegant harp glissando! Play a Theremin, if you dare! In addition to his slapstick and experimental music activities, Paulson is an orchestral oboist, and also is the University Carillonneur at UC San Diego, performing live on Geisel Library's rooftop chimes. (Yes, he takes song requests!) Scott is the Exhibits & Events Coordinator at the UC San Diego Library, for which he founded and directs various festivals: The Short Attention Span Chamber Music Series, the annual Toy Piano Festival, The Not-So-Silent Film Festival, and a Paper Theatre Festival.