2007-2008 Season

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2007-2008 SEASON

GuildHall Special Event:
An Outdoor performance at a 56 Huntting Lane East Hampton
July 21, 2007 Ligeti Essays
4:00 V.I.P. Cocktail reception 5:00 Grounds open 5:30
Performance East Hampton, New York 631-324-0806
www.guildhall.org
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FALL FOR DANCE FESTIVAL NEW YORK CITY CENTER
Excerpt from Ligeti Essays October 4th, 2007
www.nycitycenter.org
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U.S. TOUR October 6 and 7, 2007:

Ligeti Essays and Time is the echo of an axe within a wood

Hunter Center North Adams, Massachusetts
www.massmoca.org
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October 13 and 14, 2007:

Ligeti Essays and Time is the echo of an axe within a wood

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts San Francisco, California

www.yerbabuenaarts.org
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NEW YORK SEASON AT THE JOYCE THEATER
January 22 - 27, 2008:
New York, New York
World Premiere: Connoisseurs of Chaos
Choreography: Karole Armitage
Music: Morton Feldman
Set: David Salle
Costume Design: Peter Speliopoulos
Lighting Design: Clifton Taylor

January 22 - 7:30 PM
January 23 - 7:30 PM
January 24- 7:00 PM Gala Performance
January 25 - 8:00 PM
January 26 - 8:00 PM
January 27 - 7:30 PM


Tickets are $44 and can be purchased at www.joyce.org
or by calling JoyceCharge at 212.242.0800.
Donate your cast-off point shoes to this performance; watch our video with Christopher Walken.
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January 24, 2008:
THE GONE! GALA

Performance, Art Auction and dinner.
7:00PM Gala Performance
The Joyce Theater - 175 Eighth Avenue @ 19th Street
9:00PM Dinner and Art Auction
Location to be announced.
Tickets:
$10,000 Gala Table: Ten prime seats at performance and dinner/live auction.
$1,000 Gala Ticket: Prime seat at performance and dinner/live auction.
Please make checks payable to: The Armitage Foundation,
and mail to 260 West Broadway, Suite 5, New York, NY 10013.
*All contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
All Gone! Gala proceeds to benefit Armitage Gone! Dance.
Call 212.966.1001 for additional information.

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U.S. TOUR April 12, 2008:

Ligeti Essays and Time is the echo of an axe within a wood

Alverno College
Pitman Theater
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
www.alvernopresents.alverno.edu
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April 17, 18 and 19, 2008:

Ligeti Essays and Time is the echo of an axe within a wood

The Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago
www.cdancecenter.org
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May 7-11, 2008

Ariadne Unhinged

 

Karole Armitage joins the Gotham Chamber Opera to direct Ariadne Unhinged. Three musical works from different centuries intertwine to reflect Ariadne’s emotional and psychological states: Monteverdi’s Lamento d’Arianna, Haydn’s solo cantanta Arianna a Naxos, and Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire.

Conductor: Neal Goren
Production: Karole Armitage
Scenic Design: Vera Lutter
Rose and smile Prop Design: Donald Baechler
Costume Design: Peter Speliopoulos
Lighting Design: Clifton Taylor
Cast:
Ariadne Emily Langford Johnson / Brenda Patterson
Armitage Gone! Dance
Abrons Art Center 466 Grand Street New York City
www.gothamcamberopera.com
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Armitage Gone! Dance – New Production
May 30-31, 2008

The Elegant Universe – work in progress
One of the world’s leading string theorists, Brian Greene, is collaborating with choreographer, Karole Armitage and composer, Lukas Ligeti, to create a theatrical work based on his best-selling book and Nova television series, The Elegant Universe. The production unveils the central drama of current theoretical physics: the incompatibility of the two pillars of modern science: Einstein’s Relativity and Quantum Mechanics. Enter into the fray, a new postulate, string theory, which resolves the conflict and revolutionizes our understanding of the universe. Scientific principles will shape the form of the music and dance thus showing the deep kinship of art and science. This approach will make theoretical physics both a visceral experience and an exciting, mind expanding trip. Armitage and Ligeti will present sketches of brand new material at the Works and Process presentation. Physicists Henry Gates (May 30) and Brian Green (May 31) will outline the history of physics that leads to string theory and elaborate on the concepts presented on stage.
Choreography Karole Armitage
Music Lukas Ligeti
Lecturer Henry Gates (5/30) Brian Greene (5/31)
The Guggenheim Museum
1071 Fifth Avenue (at 89th Street)
New York, New York
www.guggenheim.org/education/worksandprocess
www.sciencefestivalfoundation.org


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