Work created by Reeca Soriano, featured on other websites and publications and by collaborators/other people.
October 2019 - June 2021
The Tisch Initiative for Creative Research (TCR) at NYU Tisch occasionally features a Tisch researcher for their newsletter. Featured Researcher is part of an ongoing series that can be found on TCR’s News page, previously edited and updated by Reeca Soriano. All pages were designed and put together by Reeca.
Indah Walsh Dance Company
June 20 & 21, 2019
Jack Crystal Theater, NYU Tisch School of the Arts
Interactive, participatory evening-length performance. Presented at the NYU Tisch Jack Crystal Theater June 2019. Featuring works created back in 2009, Patty and Lonely King Cobble, as well as recent works to original music created by Xiao Quan as well as work by jazz pianist Keith Jarrett.
Concept & Direction: Indah M. Walsh in collaboration with Lauren Kravitz and Xiao Quan
Production Manager: Jessica Mantell
Performers: Kristen Foote, Zuri Ford, Stanley Gambucci, Judith Garfinkel, Lauren Kravitz, Xiao Quan, Holly Sass, Indah M. Walsh, and the audience
Video Design & Documentation: Reeca Soriano
Music: 17 Years by Xiao Quan
By April Joyner, Contributor for Technical.ly Brooklyn
February 22, 2017
Tadu, a to-do app designed specifically for college students, is the work of Arman Moussaui, Emmalyn Ramos, Reeca Soriano, Megan Rottkamp, and Samuel Gomez (pictured left to right). One clever feature of the app: it gradually increases the priority level of tasks the user continually puts off — making it all the more difficult to ignore.
By Catalina Gonella, Contributing Writer for Washington Square News
Photos by Reeca Soriano
February 29, 2016
The Skirball Center for the Performing Arts was packed for NYU’s 13th annual UltraViolet Live on Thursday night. The show, which was put together by the university’s Inter-Residence Hall Council, is the final round of NYU’s annual talent competition.
By Reeca Soriano, Contributing Writer for Washington Square News
February 3, 2016
It’s amazing what one can achieve within a year.
Just nine months ago, 19-year-old R&B/Pop artist Alessia Cara released her first song “Here,” which, within a few months, made its way onto the Billboard Hot 100. After releasing her debut album “Know-It-All” in November, she began her first North American tour, which she is currently on today.
By Katherine Stein, Contributing Writer for Washington Square News
Photos by Reeca Soriano
March 2, 2015
NYU students showed off their skills at UltraViolet Live, the university’s annual talent competition, on Thursday at the Skirball Center for the Performing Arts. From a hula hooper who improvised most of her act, to a beat boxer who performs often with his acapella group, there was a wide spectrum of experience and skills.