Called "avant-garde" by the Boston Globe, Chagall Performance Art Collaborative seeks to stretch the boundaries of inter-disciplinary performance in new music and art.
Saturday 26 February @ Jewett Hall, First Church of Cambridge, 8PM $10/15
TWILIGHT FINALE CONCERT: 2 World Premieres by 6 Composers
Featuring ChagallPAC and the Boston Soundpainting Ensemble
Jewett Hall, First Church of Cambridge, Harvard Square
11 Garden Street, Cambridge
Harvard Square T-Stop
No, there won't be any teenage vampires, but there will be just about everything else! We will explore the metamorphoses and transformations that happen in that mysterious moment between night and day: Twilight, The Crepuscule, gloam, dusk, the fall of night.
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Donate $10 and email reservation to ChagallPAC@gmail.com
The Chagall Performance Art Collaborative molds the infernal world premieres of Claudio Gabriele with Soundpainting interludes featuring Luciano Berio and world premieres by 6 other composers, including Etienne Rolin (France), Oliver Caplan, Tim Pence, Claudio Gabriele (Italy), and Robert Lemay. Special guests include ChagallPAC String Quartet, The Back Bay Saxophone Quartet, and soloists Julee Avallone, Rebecca Wellons, and Todd Brunel. Other premieres include works by Robert Lemay (Canada), writings of Diana Norma Szokolyai, and Soundpainting works by Dennis Shafer and Jennifer Bill. Multidisciplinary collaborators also include Emile “Dr. T” Tobenfield (improvised video art), Venus in Furs Jewelry (metamorphic souvenirs!), and a “let it be(gin)” intermission surprise by contemporary artist Trevor Martin.
Dennis Shafer, conductor, Soundpainter, saxophone
Brian Abbott, Soundpainter, guitar
Jennifer Bill, Soundpainter, saxophone
Julee Avalone, flute soloist
Todd Brunel, clarinet soloist
Rebecca Wellons, saxophone soloist
Jon Amon, saxophone
Micheal Dobiel, live electronics
Pam Marshall, French horn
Rob Rudin, Drums
Lesley O’Donel, flute
Juan Ruiz, clarinet
Esther Viola, oboe
Rujuta Parikh, violin
Annie Sim, violin
Keith Sanders, viola
Maryann Park, cello
The Other Disciplines
Diana Norma, Soundpainter, poet
Trevor Martin, contemporary artist
Emile “Dr. T” Tobenfeld, video artist
Johncurtis Mertzlufft, Venus in Furs Jewelry Artist