Jan 30, 2016 - Jan 31, 2016
The New World Symphony: Dvorak in America
"The New World Symphony: Dvorak in America" explores the influence of African-American and Native American music upon the work of the famed Czech composer Antonin Dvorak and consequently on music development worldwide. Written and directed by Vit Horejs, music by Antonin Dvorak and saxophonist James Brandon Lewis. Performed by Luke Stewart - Bass, Warren Trae Crudup III - Drums, and Czechoslovak American Marionette Theatre (‘CAMT’).
The CAMT utilizes century-old Czech marionettes and modern puppets created by contemporary Czech master craftsmen. In performance, manipulator and puppet are equal acting partners, unified as characters and reciprocal alter egos. The company members will create new puppets from musical instrument parts, found objects and traditional elements to act alongside CAMT’s collection of antique Czech marionettes. The characters will be portrayed by marionettes, actors and musicians who will all be visible onstage.
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Bohemian National Hall
321 East 73rd Street, Historic Ballroom
New York, NY 10021
More performances coming March 10 - 27:
La MaMa Theatre
66 East 4th Street, New York City
Thursdays-Saturdays 7:00 PM, Sundays 4:00 PM
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This event is organized by Czechoslovak American Marionette Theatre.
Presented by GOH Productions and DAHA (Dvorak American Heritage Association).
321 East 73rd Street
NY 10021 New York
From: Jan 30, 2016
To: Jan 31, 2016