No, it’s Stravinsky superheroes! Yesterday we had a rehearsal in costume for The Stravinsky Project. Much work still needs to be done in all areas, but it is definitely starting to come together. We had the pianists in the studio for Rite of Spring yesterday which was a lot of fun. I’ve have worked with… Read More
Nap time in studio 1. Just kidding, it’s Firebird rehearsal. I bet you all weren’t expecting to hear from me again… But lo and behold, here I am. Much has been going on here at 818 SE 6th. We’re deep into rehearsals for our Stravinsky rep, and speaking for myself, it’s such a nice change… Read More
Stravinsky Conducts Firebird
Take a minute or 3 to enjoy the master conducting his own work… here’s some rare footage of the 82 year old Igor Stravinsky conducting Firebird.
The Bad Boys of Classical
Is 21st-century wunderkind Nico Muhly the rightful heir to Stravinsky’s legacy? By Claire Willett Igor Stravinsky Nico Muhly The Game-Changer “One spring evening in 1913 the intelligentsia of pre-war Paris gathered at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées to see & hear a sensational new ballet. The ballet, put on by famed Russian Impresario Serge Diaghilev, was… Read More
Stravinsky Costume Renderings
Last time we talked about all the amazing collaborators that are coming together to bring The Stravinsky Project to the stage. Choreographers, composers, designers – when you count them all up we have over a half dozen for this one world premiere.As promised, we are revealing some of the original costume renderings for The Stravinsky… Read More