Indígena is an exciting and engaging showcase of outstanding adventurous music, with a particular focus on Tania León's powerful and evocative composition, Indigena. This work for large ensemble is a highlight of the evening, immersing the audience in a lush and vibrant sound world that is both uplifting and thought-provoking.
Visually stunning Respire, by Pierre Jodlowski in collaboration with dance company Myriam Naisy, incorporates electronic elements and video projections of the dancers. Chaya Czernowin's Habekhi (The Crying) is a haunting work that combines mezzo-soprano and electronics to create a sense of sorrow and loss. Žibuoklė Martinaitytė's Ping Pong Concerto is a playful and unexpected addition, featuring an ensemble of musicians that follow the motions of live ping pong players.
Brian Current, conductor
Tania León: Indígena (1991) for large ensemble
Pierre Jodlowski: Respire (2008), for ensemble, electronics, and video projections
Chaya Czernowin: Habekhi (The Crying) (2018) for ensemble, electronics, and mezzo-soprano
Žibuoklė Martinaitytė: Ping Pong Concerto (2011) for ensemble and ping pong players
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