Pianist Haskell Small's national tour this Spring entitled "Journeys in Silence, Part II," features performances of Small's original composition, "The Rothko Room: Journeys in Silence", which was inspired by the Rothko room in the Phillips Collection in Washington, DC. The program also includes pieces inspired by the spiritual power of mountains by Alan Hovhaness, including his "Macedonian Mountain Dance."|
On Friday, March 28th at 8:00 PM, Small brings this contemplative program to Christ and St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in New York City (120 West 69th Street). Admission to the concert is $20 ($15 for students).
With a nod to Mompou and also Arvo Pärt, Small's composition, The Rothko Room: Journeys in Silence is in one continuous movement, but falls into four distinct parts, loosely paralleling the four paintings in the Phillips Collection's Rothko room while offering a musical narrative of the painter's life journey. For more information on The Rothko Room: Journeys in Silence including audio samples and information on his recording on MSR Classics to be released in March 2014 please visit haskellsmall.com.
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Christ and Saint Stephen's Episcopal Church (View)
120 West 69th St.
New York, NY 10023