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International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) presents "Hagomoro" at BAM

International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) presents "Hagomoro" at BAM

Company:

International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE)

Location:

Brooklyn Academy of Music, Harvey Theater

Dates:

Thursday, November 5, 2015 - 7:30pm daily through November 6, 2015
Sunday, November 8, 2015 - 3:00pm daily through November 6, 2015

Tickets:

http://www.bam.org/dance/2015/hagoromo

Company:
International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE)

Part of 2015 Next Wave Festival

Hagoromo
International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE)
Music by Nathan Davis
Libretto by Brendan Pelsue
Choreography by David Neumann
Puppetry by Chris M. Green
Conceived and directed by David Michalek


Presented in association with American Opera Projects

An angel’s garment, possessed of mysterious powers, falls to a remote island on Earth, where it is found by a poor fisherman. To get it back, the angel offers up her greatest celestial gift: a dance of incomparable beauty.

Dance icons and former New York City Ballet principals Wendy Whelan and Jock Soto, contralto Katalin Károlyi and tenor Peter Tantsits, and puppets by Chris Green come together in this inspired reimagining of a Japanese Noh theater classic. With choreography by David Neumann, costumes by Belgian fashion icon Dries Van Noten, and an original score by Nathan Davis—performed live by the International Contemporary Ensemble and Brooklyn Youth Chorus—Hagoromo merges genres to send a stranded spirit back to heaven.

Costumes by Dries Van Noten
Lighting design by Clifton Taylor
Stage design by Sara Brown
Puppetry design by Chris M. Green and David Michalek
Dramaturgy by Norman Frisch

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