2021 Oct 15

Lighting the dark

A piano recital that combines classical repertoire alongside new pieces by Queens composers, finding a connection between the old and the new music, surrounded by an interactive space, with video mapping and projections design.In this production the stage design of the concert will be created by the Japanese designer and architect Mizuko Kaji. This design was created for the CreArtBox tour in Japan back in 2019. The semi-transparent screens are interconnected on stage, in order to achieve a spatial sensation where sound, images and lights merge into a single universe. The audience is divided into 3 groups using a 360 degree design with the audience facing in 3 directions. The audience feels the music and the image mixed through transparent projections, finding various relationships and depth with the musicians and the images.

Venue

Culture Lab, New York

Program

Greg Karnillaw *

March [5’]

Alone Along [4’]

Sheree Clement *

Preludes (selection) [13’]

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Sonata KV 283 [15’]

Sergei Rachmaninoff

Moments Musicaux op. 16 (selection) [16’]

Beata Moon *

Submerged [4’]

Prelude [5’]

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