Miami in Movements | New World Symphony

Miami in Movements | New World Symphony

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Miami in Movements is a part of Project 305, a new multimedia work that uses cinematography and music to help tell the story of living in Miami. For 107 days – January 31 to May 19, 2017 – over 1,000 Miamians shared their Miami, joining the creative process of composing a symphony and accompanying film by submitting their stories. The result will be shared at this free concert in SoundScape Park. Film by Jonathan David Kane

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Crispy Gentlemen | Ensemble Echappe

Crispy Gentlemen | Ensemble Echappe

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Ensemble Echappe opens their 2017 season in Brooklyn with a performance of Crispy Gentlemen. The program will also feature music by Selim Göncü, Christopher Dietz, Aaron Holloway-Nahum, and Zeynep Toraman.

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Work | Boston Court

Work | Boston Court

Boston Court (map)

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Matt Cook and other members of WildUp present a recital of duos for percussion and various instruments. Forcefield, for viola and vibraphone, will be performed alongside works by Matt, Odeya Nini, Andrew Tholl, Nicholas Deyoe, Andrew McIntosh, and Christopher Rountree.

Place | LA Philharmonic

Place | LA Philharmonic

Walt Disney Concert Hall (map)

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In a country at a crossroads where the intersections of manifest destiny and gentrification meet history and personal experience, Place explores the complex and contentious map of the place we call home. This concert length modern-day oratorio, featuring direction by Patricia McGregor and a libretto co-written by Saul Williams, will be premiered by Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic New Music Group at Walt Disney Concert Hall as part of the Green Umbrella series.

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Place | Barbican Hall

Place | Barbican Hall

Barbican Hall (map)

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In a country at a crossroads where the intersections of manifest destiny and gentrification meet history and personal experience, Place explores the complex and contentious map of the place we call home. This concert length modern-day oratorio, featuring direction by Patricia McGregor and a libretto co-written by Saul Williams, will receive its European premiere in London at Barbican Hall with Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic New Music Group

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