Musiqa presents "Time in Motion"

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In collaboration with NobleMotion Dance and Houston Cinema Arts Society, Musiqa's concert features an eclectic program that explores the concept of time in new music and how it integrates with elements of movement in dance and film. Musiqa returns to Zilkha Hall for this diverse presentation that spotlights cutting-edge musical works by several of the most innovative composers of this generation, including Mason Bates, Guillaume Connesson, Marc-André Dalbavi and Marc Mellits, a performance by Houston's groundbreaking modern dance company NobleMotion Dance set to music by Musiqa composer Pierre Jalbert and a screening of the film Big Bang Big Boom by Blu, presented by Houston Cinema Arts Society.

The works include the mini-symphony The Life of Birds by Bates, Connesson's Techno-Parade, Dalbalvie's Quatour and Spin by Mellits, as well as Jalbert's string trio work, Moving Parts, that accompanies the dance performance. The concert's featured performers include Leone Buyse, flute; Ingrid Gerling, violin; Tali Morgulis, piano; Ab Sengupta, viola; Julia Sengupta, cello; and Kirsten Yon, violin.



Hobby Center for the Performing Arts
800 Bagby St.
Houston, TX 77002


$20 - $40
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