Nightscape Performance

Many thanks to Tim Bonenfant and his colleagues who will be performing “Nightscape” for clarinet and two pianos on a concert at the end of February in San Angelo, Texas at Angelo State University. Tim is still working out the details on how the concert will be streamed. I’ll update the posts here as information becomes available.
A video of the performance will also be available once it’s been performed and edited. Stay tuned…

Tom S Gettys Art Center Concert

Generations: New Music Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Jean Tinguely’s Sculpture “Santana”

In celebration of the Bechtler Museum’s latest exhibition, Celebrating Jean Tinguely and Santana, five composers have written original music to complement the piece. Three of the pieces include original choreography by UNCC’s Associate Dance Professor, Kim Jones, with former dancers from the Martha Graham and Jose Limon Dance company as well as local dancers. Featured composers are; from Queens University (Zach Zubow), Winthrop University (Ron Parks and Mark Lewis), UNCC (John Allemeier) and Central Piedmont Community College (Craig Bove).Performance on May 21 at 6pm.

Sunday, May 21, 2017 2:00 PM

Doors open at 1:30 PM
Gettys Art Center Courtroom
201 E. Main St. | Rock Hill, SC
Tickets | $8-$12
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Music and Museum Series

The Bechtler Ensemble presents it’s fourth year with the Charlotte Composers Forum, consisting of composers from Queens University (Zach Zubow), Winthrop University (Ron Parks and Mark Lewis), UNCC (John Allemeier) and Central Piedmont Community College (Craig Bove). In celebration of the Bechtler’s latest exhibition, Celebrating Jean Tinguely and Santana, five composers have written original music to complement the piece. Three of the pieces include original choreography by UNCC’s Associate Dance Professor, Kim Jones, with former dancers from the Martha Graham and Jose Limon Dance company as well as local dancers. Performance on May 21 at 6pm.

Concerts are performed at 6 p.m. in the fourth-floor gallery. General seating will be available at 5:30 p.m. with a cash bar being available at the same time.

TICKETS

Tickets are $12 per person for the public and just $8 per person for museum members. Buy Tickets online, by phone at 704.353.9200 or at the admission desk.

MIDI rendering

Dance Excerpt