Notes & Reviews:
The labyrinth is a mysterious enigma and emblem of the modern world in which we can see ourselves as trapped, caught in a web of winding paths from which it is not easy to disentangle. However, every labyrinth offers the possibility to escape, and because of the performer's control over the bow and certain improvisational elements in the music and interactive elements in each half, each performance will vary in terms of the "answer" or "exit" to the labyrinth of life, enhancing the deeply personal experience for each viewer. The Installation Concertos explore the labyrinth theme with music, visual art (through film and live performance), and advanced technology. Through these explorations, each interdisciplinary creative team adds to the ever expanding relationship between music and visual art. Commissioned by the Krannert Center and VisionIntoArt with support from the National Endowment for the Arts. A VisionIntoArt and Beth Morrison Projects production.
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Works DetailsPrestini, Paola : Labyrinth, concerto for violin, cello & electronics
- Performers: Cornelius Dufallo (Electronics); Cornelius Dufallo (Violin); Magos Herrera (Voice)
- Running Time: 55 min. 3 sec.
- Period Time: Contemporary