ORANGE REGIONAL CONSERVATORIUM, ORANGE. The way we listen to music is ever changing with technology. More than anything, music is a way to connect us and to make us feel and think differently. To explore this, award-winning pianist Andrea Lam throws open the doors to an interactive, ever-changing experience for the first half where the audience 'chooses its own (musical) adventure' and determines the music playlist according to what they wish to hear in that moment - choosing among options spanning from J.S. Bach to Bill Evans. To end the program, will be Schubert's Sonata 12 in A Major, D. 959, an apt sounding board for the music that has come before.
The journey continues! After hitting roadblocks in 2021, finally our musical trip along the ancient silk roads can continue. The Silk Road Redux revives our popular Chamber Music Series in 2022, sending us across the Bosphorus to Constantinople and beyond!
The adage that 'Music is a universal language' is true in the way it speaks to even the youngest little people, telling stories, weaving dreams and inspiring joy and even dancing! In this fun and informal cushion concert, Andrea invites listeners young and old to let the music do the 'talking' with bite-size excerpts from her recital programs - including a Chopin waltz, Bach's dances, Beethoven's evocative Pathetique and Debussy's What the West Wind Saw.
ORANGE REGIONAL CONSERVATORIUM
The way we listen to music is ever changing with technology. More than anything, music is a way to connect us and to make us feel and think differently. To explore this, award-winning pianist Andrea Lam throws open the doors to an interactive, ever-changing experience for the first half where the audience ‘chooses its own adventure’ and determines the music playlist according to what they wish to hear in that moment – choosing among options spanning from J. S. Bach to Bill Evans.
ORANGE REGIONAL CONSERVATORIUM, ORANGE. Lyle Chan's unique AIDS Memoir Quartet is a visceral musical portrait of the peak of the epidemic. Performed by the Acacia String Quartet and narrated by Chan himself, the 90-minute work is a tour-de-force of emotionally powerful music, containing portraits of famous activists now dead, and unusual effects like the use of police whistles to recall street demonstrations by ACT UP, the direct action protest group of which Chan was a core member.
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