Two stories brought to life in music. |
"Letter to Brahms": Experience Brahms through the lens of one man's personal journey. "Sometimes a piece follows you and haunts you your entire life."
"The Happy Prince", Oscar Wilde's beloved tale tells of the unlikely bond between a little swallow and a golden statue and how they open their eyes to the suffering in the city around them.
Both are stories of broken hearts which eventually open to something new. An evening of music that is both poignant and enchanting.
All the proceeds for this concert will be given to RESTORE NYC, an organization whose mission is to end sex trafficking in New York and restore the well being of foreign national survivors.
The Elsewhere Ensemble
with Broadway actor MacIntyre Dixon
Judy Pang, piano
Colin Pip Dixon, violin
Arnaud Ghillebaert, viola
Jeremy Lamb, cello
Letter to Brahms
a narrative for actor and piano quartet
featuring Brahms Piano Quartet in g
iii. Andante con moto
The Happy Prince
for piano quartet and narrator
music by Colin Pip Dixon
based on the story by Oscar Wilde
W83 Ministry Center (View)
150 West 83rd street
New York, NY 10024
|Minimum Age: 8|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|