(All photo credits: David Tuman / copyright Ludwig Tuman)

The Bob Cole Chamber Choir of CSU Long Beach on day of filming, conducted by Jonathan Talberg (2nd row, left), accompanied by percussionists Arthur Lin, Petra Elek and Bailey O'Donnell on African instruments

The Bob Cole Chamber Choir of CSU Long Beach on day of filming, conducted by Jonathan Talberg (2nd row, left), accompanied by percussionists Arthur Lin, Petra Elek and Bailey O'Donnell on African instruments

 
Jonathan Talberg conducts the Bob Cole Choir of CSU Long Beach for Choral Tales filming

Jonathan Talberg conducts the Bob Cole Choir of CSU Long Beach for Choral Tales filming

 
The Lord of the Cranes (choreographed and danced by Jingqiu Guan) takes pity on a shivering pauper (Kristianne Salcines)

The Lord of the Cranes (choreographed and danced by Jingqiu Guan) takes pity on a shivering pauper (Kristianne Salcines)

 
Jonathan Talberg conducts Bob Cole Chamber Choir of CSU Long Beach in “Lord of the Cranes,” accompanied by Bei Bei He on guzheng

Jonathan Talberg conducts Bob Cole Chamber Choir of CSU Long Beach in “Lord of the Cranes,” accompanied by Bei Bei He on guzheng

 
(L to R) Kelsey Manes, Jingqui Guan (choreographer), Mizuki Sako and Kyra Sakamoto as Cranes in "Lord of the Cranes"

(L to R) Kelsey Manes, Jingqui Guan (choreographer), Mizuki Sako and Kyra Sakamoto as Cranes in "Lord of the Cranes"

 
(L to R) Jingqui Guan (choreographer) plays celestial flute, Kyra Sakamoto, Kelsey Manes, and Mizuki Sako as Cranes in "Lord of the Cranes"

(L to R) Jingqui Guan (choreographer) plays celestial flute, Kyra Sakamoto, Kelsey Manes, and Mizuki Sako as Cranes in "Lord of the Cranes"

 
Jonathan Talberg conducts the Bob Cole Chamber Choir of CSU Long Beach, in rehearsal of “Lord of the Cranes” with choreographer/dancer Jingqiu Guan

Jonathan Talberg conducts the Bob Cole Chamber Choir of CSU Long Beach, in rehearsal of “Lord of the Cranes” with choreographer/dancer Jingqiu Guan

 
Jingqui Guan rehearses “Lord of the Cranes” with Kyra Sakamoto, Mizuki Sako, Kelsey Manes as cranes

Jingqui Guan rehearses “Lord of the Cranes” with Kyra Sakamoto, Mizuki Sako, Kelsey Manes as cranes

 
Choreographer and dancer, Jingqiu Guan, in “Lord of the Cranes”

Choreographer and dancer, Jingqiu Guan, in “Lord of the Cranes”

 
Anindo Marshall choreographed "The Cat's Protector," based on a folk tale from Tanzania. Seen above, Nateli Ruiz and Shannon Grayson dance on stage with the choir.

Anindo Marshall choreographed "The Cat's Protector," based on a folk tale from Tanzania. Seen above, Nateli Ruiz and Shannon Grayson dance on stage with the choir.

 
Dancer Sherrod Tate (foreground) plays the Elephant in "Cat's Protector," choreographed by Anindo Marshall

Dancer Sherrod Tate (foreground) plays the Elephant in "Cat's Protector," choreographed by Anindo Marshall

 
Dancer Eric R. J. Freeman as the Lion in "Cat's Protector"

Dancer Eric R. J. Freeman as the Lion in "Cat's Protector"

 
(L to R) Sherene Melania, choreographer and dancer; Edgar Lepe, Andrew Leathers, Hillary Mimnaugh and Annalise Thompson in “The Happy Man’s Shirt”

(L to R) Sherene Melania, choreographer and dancer; Edgar Lepe, Andrew Leathers, Hillary Mimnaugh and Annalise Thompson in “The Happy Man’s Shirt”

 
Andrew Leathers (leaping) and Edgar Lepe as the king in "The Happy Man's Shirt," choreographed by Sherene Melania, San Francisco

Andrew Leathers (leaping) and Edgar Lepe as the king in "The Happy Man's Shirt," choreographed by Sherene Melania, San Francisco

 
(L to R) Andrew leathers, Edgar Lepe and Hillary Mimnaugh in “The Happy Man’s Shirt,” choreographed by Sherene Melania

(L to R) Andrew leathers, Edgar Lepe and Hillary Mimnaugh in “The Happy Man’s Shirt,” choreographed by Sherene Melania