Ellen Sinopoli Indulges in Sensory Delights at Music Hall
— after the fact: Read Tresca Weinstein’s review in the Times Union —
Taste the dance.
Feel the colors.
Touch the music.
Yet again, Ellen Sinopoli brings together a stellar array of musical and visual artistry for an exceptional evening of modern dance, live music, and contemporary art.
This time on the stage and with the acoustics of the wonderful Troy Savings Bank Music Hall.
Providing the sonic backdrop are musicians and composers electro-acoustic violinist Cornelius Dufallo, percussion wonder-man Brian Melick, cellist Monica Wilson-Roach, and flamenco-style guitarist Maria Zemantauski.
The harmonic undertones are the prismatic scenes of Willie Marlowe‘s fabulously chromatic paintings. A heads up … Marlowe’s paintings and prints paired with each of the five dances will be shown at the Art Center of the Capital Region in May.
The dancers, of course, are the Ellen Sinopoli Dance Company.
Curious about dance at The Music Hall? We are too.
As your warm-up, with your glass of sangria, take a listen to Joe Donahue’s wonderful Roundtable interview* with Ellen Sinopoli, Maria Zemantauski, Willie Marlowe, and Jon Elbaum of the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall
All the makings of a truly outstanding experience. Go ahead, treat yourself to a night out and indulge in this decadence of sensory delights!
* WAMC Roundtable Interview originally aired 29-April-2013
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