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Peter Chin dances in his own work “Nocturne”

In Events on October 6, 2010 by danceumbrella

Tribal Crackling Wind’s Artistic Director, Peter Chin dances in his own work “Nocturne” October 17th 2010 at the new Koerner Hall with the Esprit Orchestra. This short work choreographed to the music of the same name by well-known composer Colin McPhee is redolent of the influence of Balinese dance and music, on Colin McPhee in the 1930’s and on Peter Chin in the 1990’s. For information please see the Esprit orchestra website or the Koerner Hall web site.

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Esprit Orchestra:

Dream Rainbow, Dream Thunder – Music for the Senses

Sunday October 17, 2010
8:00 PM
Koerner Hall

Genre: Classical: Orchestra

Pre-Concert Event

The vibrant rhythms of Good’s jazz-inflected music are contrasted with the luminous, gentle Balinese pulsations of McPhee’s Nocturne (enhanced with dance and film) and the atmospheric, and at times turbulent, musical dreams of Schafer. Ives’ evocation of Central Park at night transports the listener to another world. Adès covers a vast emotional spectrum using fragile, crystalline textures, lyrical melodies, and massive, highly charged cascades of sound.

Alex Pauk, Music Director and Conductor
Wallace Halladay, saxophone
Peter Chin, dancer/choreographer
Larry Weinstein, film maker

R. Murray Schafer: Dream Rainbow, Dream Thunder
Colin McPhee: Nocturne
Scott Good: Babbitt (concerto for saxophones and orchestra)
Thomas Adès: Asyla
Charles Ives: Central Park in the Dark

Tickets: $15 – $43; Subscriptions: $45 – $137
(Part of Esprit 4-concert subscription series)

Pre concert talk at 7:15pm

Single tickets go on sale September 1, 2010.


Koerner Hall link: http://performance.rcmusic.ca/performance/index/year/2010/month/10/day/17/time/2000/venue/koerner
Esprit Orchestra link: http://www.espritorchestra.com/

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