Friday, July 12 at 8 pm
Saturday, July 13 at 8 pm
Buckle up lime-green fans. This week is big ensemble works - the full team doing what they do. Virtuosity and the power of new music is front and center. Warning - use extra mousse tonight. We are going to blow your hair back!
Christopher Cerrone: Why Was I Born Between Mirrors?
Guillaume Connesson: Techno Parade
Nico Muhly: Doublespeak
Thursday July 11th - Sunday July 14th
Location: ROW HOUSE CINEMA 4115 Butler St, Pittsburgh, PA 15201
Inspired by a true Pittsburgh story, The Gray Cat and the Flounder is a touching tale of life, loss, and the true nature of friendship. In this immersive film, headphones provide each audience member with an experience both intimate and communal. Weaving cartoons, poetry, music and imagined ballet, this show reminds us that with a shared sense of silliness, and the freedom to express it, we can draw the world as we wish it to be! Music by Kieren MacMillan, story by Kevin Noe and Kieren MacMillan.
Friday, July 19 at 8 pm
Saturday, July 20 at 1 pm FREE Children’s Show
Saturday, July 20 at 8 pm
Have you ever imagined a life in the arts? What is the life of a musician, an actor, a performing artist? Why do some people make that choice? When and how did they make such a choice? What is important to them about it? FIND OUT this week!
Steve Reich: Nagoya Marimbas - with Ian Rosenbaum
Elainie Lillios: Sleep’s Undulating Tide - with Lindsey Goodman
John Bucchino: Temporary - with Lindsay Kesselman
Igor Stravinsky: Excerpts from A Suite from The Soldier’s Tale - with Nathalie Shaw
George Gershwin: Sleepless Nights - with Oscar Micaelsson
3 piano preludes arranged by Oscar Micaelsson, lyrics by Kevin Noe
Steven Bryant: Hummingbird - with Lindsay Kesselman and Eric Jacobs
Wednesday, July 24 at 7 pm
Join us on our journey of discovering the true power of binaural technology (360° soundscape). Headphones provide an intimate and communal sound world that is only possible with “Michel”, our fascinating binaural microphone. Workshop led by composer Steven Bryant and Artistic Director Kevin Noe.