Monday, May 5, 2014
Music collides with imagery, dance and architecture in this final MusicNOW concert of the season. Oscar Bettison offers a sprawling and engaging response to old nativist lithography for chamber orchestra, Anna Clyne’s visceral work for solo cello is choreographed by Kitty McNamee of the Los Angeles-based Hysterica Dance Company and Andrew Norman’s highly distinctive response to Roman architecture completes the program.
MusicNOW receives funding through a leadership challenge grant from Irving Harris Foundation, Joan W. Harris. Major support is also provided by Cindy Sargent and the Sally Mead Hands Foundation.
Pre- and postconcert entertainment provided by [illmeasures]
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Norman The Companion Guide to Rome
Clyne Fits + Starts
Bettison Livre des Sauvages
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Members of Hysterica Dance Company