Contemporaneous: Stop Motion

Saturday, April 14th, 2018 - 8:00 pm

On Saturday, April 14th, Contemporaneous brings the 20th MATA Festival’s mainstage series to a close with a celebration of the future directions of new music, from the theatrical fantasy of Lasse D. Hansen’s (Denmark) Face the Music, the choreographic precision of Andreas Eduardo Frank’s (Germany/Switzerland) Samouraï Progressif, the recontextualized folk music of David Kirkland Garner’s (USA) DwnByThRckyMntns to the placid beauty of William Dougherty’s (USA) a stillness of zero sensation. The evening also features the world premiere of a new arrangement of MATA alumna Jennifer Higdon’s (USA) (MATA 1998) DASH, as well as a newly-commissioned work by Jenna Lyle (USA), whose choreography combines performers gestures and interactions with sound-emitting fans.

 

Saturday, April 14

8PM at the The Kitchen, 512 West 19th Street, NYC
$25

Tickets available at The Kitchen

Andreas Eduardo Frank (Germany / Switzerland): Samürai Progressive (2016) WP
Lasse D. Hansen (Denmark): Face the Music (2016)
David Kirkland Garner (USA): DwnByThRckyMntns (2016) NYP
William Dougherty (USA): a stillness of zero sensation (2015) AP
Jennifer Higdon (USA): DASH (2018) WP new arrangement MATA Alumni Commission
Jenna Lyle (USA): New Work (2018) WP MATA Commission

Contemporaneous
David Bloom, conductor
Ashley Tata, stage director