What Happened by Lawrence Dillon Part of Fall Dance Concert from November 19 to 23 at University of North Carolina School of the Arts in Winston-SalemPosted by s21concerts in Concert Announcement
Lawrence Dillon’s What Happened for violin, viola, cello, and piano will be a featured work in the University of North Carolina School of the Arts Fall Dance Concert, presented on November 19 through 23 at 7:30 pm and November 23 at 2:00 PM by the School of Dance and the School of Design & Production at the Agnes de Mille Theatre on the campus of UNCSA, 1533 South Main Street in Winston-Salem.
Choreography for What Happened was created by School of Dance Associate Dean Brenda Daniels. The piece was commissioned and premiered by the Atlantic Ensemble at the Maison Danoise in Paris, France in May 2005. It consists of three movements – Gathering, Congregation and Scattering, and has been recorded by members of the Daedalus String Quartet and pianist Benjamin Hochman for the Bridge label. More about the piece at http://www.lawrencedillon.com/whathappened.php.
Also on the program are new works by School of Dance faculty member Ming-Lung Yang, School of Dance alumna Kimberly Bartosik and choreographer Larry Keigwin. More about the program at http://www.uncsa.edu/pressreleases/releases2013/November/FallDance2013.htm.
Tickets are $15 and $13 for students with valid ID. For reservations, call the UNCSA Box Office at 336-721-1945, or visit http://www.uncsa.edu/performances to purchase tickets online.
Naxos has issued Lawrence Dillon Violin Music (Catalogue No: 8.559644 – http://www.naxos.com/catalogue /item.asp?item_code=8.559644), featuring seven chamber works performed by violinist Danielle Belen, 2008 Grand Prize Winner of the Sphinx Competition. His other recent, critically-acclaimed CD release, Insects and Paper Airplanes, is on the Bridge label – http://www.bridgerecords.com/catpage.php?call=9332. His music is published by American Composers Alliance – http://composers.com/ and his website is at http://www.lawrencedillon.com/.