The Spotted Lanternfly at Morris Arboretum
Apr
28
10:30 AM10:30

The Spotted Lanternfly at Morris Arboretum

Relâche in partnership with Almanac Dance Circus Theatre presents a multimedia program of music and dance celebrating our natural world and raising awareness about environmental issues impacting southeastern Pennsylvania. This program is centered around The Spotted Lanternfly, a new piece by Philadelphia composer Erica Ball, and will also feature the audience participatory work Rock Piece by Pauline Oliveros. There will be two 25 minute outdoor performances at 10:30 AM and 11:30 AM.

This event is free for members, and included with admission for visitors to the Arboretum.

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The Spotted Lanternfly at Tyler Arboretum
Apr
27
11:00 AM11:00

The Spotted Lanternfly at Tyler Arboretum

Relâche in partnership with Almanac Dance Circus Theatre presents a multimedia program of music and dance celebrating our natural world and raising awareness about environmental issues impacting southeastern Pennsylvania. This program is centered around The Spotted Lanternfly, a new piece by Philadelphia composer Erica Ball, and will also feature the audience participatory work Rock Piece by Pauline Oliveros. There will be two 25 minute outdoor performances at 11 AM and 12 PM.

This event is free for members, and is included with admission to the Arboretum for visitors.

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Premiere of "Riding the EL" and Relâche's 40th anniversary
Jun
23
10:30 AM10:30

Premiere of "Riding the EL" and Relâche's 40th anniversary

Premiere of Riding the EL, a new work for Relâche as part of their 40th anniversary.  This whimsical piece was written in conjunction with an animation by Deena Ball, and depicts the journey of a dog riding SEPTA's Market-Frankford line through Philadelphia.

June 23 at 10:30 AM

Penn Museum - Widener Hall

3260 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

Relâche

Looking Back and Ahead: 40 years of new music in Philadelphia, plus what's next?

A panel discussion with past and present Relâche composers/collaborators, followed by a concert of works-in-progress by Relâche's young composers-in-residence.

 

 

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