The Apex Arts Council is proud to present cinema and art reviews by the multi-talented Claudio!
The Burtonesque Master Storyteller Claudio Oswald Niedworok has narrated with the North Carolina Symphony and The Raleigh Oratorio Society for the US première of the Martinu Epic "Gilgamesh" and performed solo with the Symphony in Igor Stravinsky's "Histoire du Soldat." Claudio has staged his own Original Theatrical Storytelling Performances throughout North and South Carolina, New York City, the Caribbean and Internationally to critical acclaim. Among his varied vocal talents, Claudio is also multi-lingual; is an advocate of the Arts in general and Independent Film in particular and has played a variety of leading roles, performed commercial voice-overs and is currently pursuing the Audio-Books Market for excellence in reading and narration.
Author, Actor, Narrator, Visual/Graphic Artist, Recording Artist, Performance Artist, Poet, Monologuist
The Wanderer of New Hope (Review: 8 December 2011)
Ray Bradbury (Review: 3 July 2012)
Claudio Oswald Niedworok
by Alan R. Hall
(Review: 5 May 2013)
A Poetic Tribute to The Great Madiba – Nelson Mandela (Review: 19 January 2014)
The Ghost and The Darkness (Review: 23 November 2011)
The Rusty Bucket Kids (Review: 8 December 2011)
My Week with Marilyn (Review: 5 February 2013)
Fahrenheit 451 (Review: 4 July 2013)
Against All Odds (Review: 3 October 2013)
Profiling Director/Producer/Screenwriter Rob Underhill and His Films (Review: 24 October 2013)
The Apex Arts Council is proud to sponsor the Claudio's SpeakEasy and Radio Theatre show, heard every Tuesday morning from 10:00am to 11:00am on WCOM 103.5 LP-FM (Carrboro / Chapel Hill). Click HERE to listen online or HERE to download podcasts of shows. Visit the home page for further programming information and news.