|Tuesday 12/01/15 - Monday 02/29/16||Doctor Noize in Lone Tree, CO||Reach Studios|
|Doctor Noize is wrapping up his longest touring break ever as he finishes production of the Symphony album, construction of Reach Studios, and commissions for Grammaropolis and Palo Alto Children’s Theatre. He’ll return to his regular performance schedule this Spring!|
Mission Statement: Doctor Noize inspires creativity, curiosity and character through music, art and words.
Order The New Album!
Order the new album, “Phineas McBoof Crashes The Symphony,” for delivery by 12/25! Starring the City Of Prague Philharmonic, Nathan Gunn, Isabel Leonard & the Doctor Noize voice cast.
The Doc’s been commissioned by the Mayor Of Grammaropolis to write and record a sequel to our hit Grammaropolis album. We’ll produce the sequel this summer for release soon after!
Children’s Theatre Commission!
Dr. Noize has been commissioned to write a children’s theatre work based on his first two albums and books. It will premiere at the Palo Alto Children’s Theatre in Spring 2016 !
Reach Studios Opens!
Announcing the Grand Opening of Doctor Noize’s new music, fitness and teaching studio — Reach Studios! Check out the Doc’s Dream Facility to produce music, stay fit and learn.
The Noizemakers Sound Off!
Thank you so much for coming. We really enjoyed your interview and performance.Allison Williams
News Producer, KRNV NBC Reno
Cullinan released his first book in January. Its plot mirrors the adventures of Phineas McBoof, which are chronicled on his debut album. The illustrations will be familiar to anyone who visits the Dr. Noize website or has flipped through the liner notes of the The Ballad of Phineas McBoof CD. As a new author, Cullinan has taken a unique approach to promotion. He plays an acoustic mini-show (as he did yesterday) at his “readings” and then engages the audience in a rewriting of its ending.Yoshi Kato
In his music for children, he creates layers and loops and invites his young audience members to help make multi-track songs. Seeing and hearing how each contribution, from percussion and bass to melody and harmony, adds to the whole, audience members get a new appreciation for a song’s structure…Yoshi Kato