Performance | A Musical Feast with LehrerDance
Sunday, November 20, 2011, 2–4 pm
For its first concert of the 2011/2012 season, A Musical Feast has invited LehrerDance, Buffalo’s premier professional dance company, directed by choreographer Jon Lehrer. Dancers Theodore Krzykowski and Rachael Humphrey will perform Morphic Slip and Immanuel Naylor and Colleen Walsh are featured in Lehrer’s choreographed interpretation of Czech composer Leoš Janáček’s Pohádka, or Fairy Tale, performed by cellist Jonathan Golove and pianist Eric Huebner. Huebner is also the soloist in Igor Stravinsky’s extremely challenging Trois mouvements de Petroushka. Andre Previn’s light-hearted and virtuosic 2001 Tango, Song and Dance will be performed by violinist Charles Castleman and pianist Claudia Hoca. Buffalo-based composer Moshe Shulman dedicated his Argentine Tango “to Argentine/German composer, Mauricio Kagel and all tango musicians in the world.” Shulman himself will play the accordion, along with Charles Castleman (violin), Julia Shulman (double bass) and Eric Huebner (piano).
Tickets are $5 for Burchfield Penney members; $10 for “not yet” members.
Thursday, November 17–Sunday, November 20, 2011
RendezVous is an art and music festival centered around common themes appealing to the diverse interests of the Western New York community.