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FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS: Online Encores: Visual Arts Highlights – Chelsea Music Festival 2020

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FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS: Online Encores: Visual Arts Highlights – Chelsea Music Festival 2020

Online Encores: Visual Arts Highlights – Chelsea Music Festival 2020 – Sep 10, 7:30pm ET
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Online Encores Schedule: https://www.chelseamusicfestival.org/online-encores-schedule

Visual artists | Jonathan Rattner, Amy Pleasant, Lorna Simpson

00:00 Intro

Background Music to Gallery Tour
01:00 No 26 Teasing Song from Béla Bartók’s Duos for Two Violins
Violin | Fanny Clamagirand, Lisa Lee

Artwork shown during Gallery Tour
Specific Objects Without Specific Form by Felix Gonzalez-Torres at David Zwirner Gallery
Maypole: Take No Prisoners by Nancy Spero at Galerie Lelong
The Life of the Surface, Paintings 1970-1975 by Julian Stanczak at Mitchell-Innes & Nash
Leo Villareal at Pace Gallery

Family Event Animation about Time
02:02 L’air de la pendule in A Minor by Camille Saint-Saëns
Violin | Fanny Clamagirand
Piano | Melinda Lee Masur

Amy Pleasant Interview
04:41 Prelude in G from Bach’s Suite No. 1, BWV 1007
Cello | Matt Haimovitz

07:17 Ein’ feste Burg ist unser Gott, BWV 80 by J.S. Bach (1685-1750)
Cello | Jonathan Butler, Matt Haimovitz, Angele Lee, Joseph Lee

Jessica Mays Interview
09:51 from Clara Schumann’s Larghetto from Quatre Pièces Fugitives, Op. 15
Piano | Robert Fleitz

12:30 Movement 4 of Out of Blue (2019, World Premiere) by Jessica Mays (b. 1986)

Vocalists | Marisa Karchin, Jessica Mays, Zen Wu
Flute | Xue Su
Clarinet | Yumi Ito
Percussion | Rogério Boccato
Violin | Chloé Kiffer, Soo Yeon Kim
Viola | Jesus Rodolfo
Cello | Angela Lee
Double Bass | Kaden Henderson
Conductor | Ken-David Masur

17:06 Illumine for String Ensemble (2016) by Anna Thorvaldsdottir (b.1977)

Violin | Chloe Fedor, Natsumi Tsuboi, Ryosuke Suho
Viola | Maiko Takimoto, Vladimir Babeshko
Cello | Tatsuki Sasanuma, Brandon Xu
Double Bass | Kaden Henderson
Conductor | Ken-David Masur

25:00 iii. Ihr Bildnis from Three Songs for Soprano and String Quartet by Clara Schumann arr. by Aribert Reimann (b. 1936)
(2019 New York Premiere)

Soprano | Marisa Karchin
Eurus String Quartet
Violin | Minglun Liu, Yeajin Kim
Viola | Guanliang Zong
Cello | Brandon Xu

Ihr Bildnis

Ich stand in dunkeln Träumen
Und starrte ihr Bildniß an,
Und das geliebte Antlitz
Heimlich zu leben begann.

Um ihre Lippen zog sich
Ein Lächeln wunderbar,
Und wie von Wehmuthsthränen
Erglänzte ihr Augenpaar.

Auch meine Thränen flossen
Mir von den Wangen herab –
Und ach, ich kann’s nicht glauben
Daß ich Dich verloren hab’!

Her Picture

I stood in gloomy daydreams
And gazed at her portrait
And her beloved features
Furtively came to life.

Around her lips appeared
A wondrous smile
And, as if from tears of wistfulness,
Her eyes glistened.

And my tears flowed
Down my cheeks
And oh, I cannot believe
That I have lost you!

All images of Amy Pleasant’s artwork courtesy of the artist
All images of Lorna Simpson’s artwork courtesy of the artist and Hauser & Wirth

Part of:
–Online Encores: Pre-Episode Conversation with Jonathan Rattner – https://youtu.be/l5BH-eh6tAk
–The Interior, a short film by Jonathan Rattner – https://youtu.be/sw1TuTrwcCw
–Online Encores: Visual Arts Highlights Playlist – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWIgLmkq5gpYv_gJnD2LO78lo3K3fjjCS
–Online Encores All Episodes – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWIgLmkq5gpbGcQNP7yjBCy8vdaI0PjXF

Chief Sound Engineer: Brett Leonard
Recording Engineer: Brian Losch
Video Director: Lauran Jurrius, Polycast Productions
Video Editor: Emily Feng, Ako Shergazy, Héloïse Garry

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