Join us for the premiere of Pam’s new work, Time is forever dividing itself toward innumerable futures, at LMCC’s River to River Festival 2019!
June 18 & 19 at 7:45 p.m.
Nelson A. Rockefeller Park
Enter at River Terrace and Warren St.
New York, NY 10280
Please note there is no formal seating in Nelson A. Rockefeller Park.
All events in the River To River Festival are FREE and all are welcome.
Pam Tanowitz partners with New York City Ballet principal Sara Mearns in this outdoor site-specific performance. Joined by an ensemble comprised of PTD regulars and NYCB guests, Tanowitz arranges the group among small stages in the tranquil landscape of Nelson A. Rockefeller Park in Battery Park City. Accompanied by an original score for voice and French horns by Ted Hearne, Tanowitz explores the tensions between legacies of classical ballet versus modern dance; the natural versus the unnatural; the past versus the present.
Project conceived by Sara Mearns and Pam Tanowitz
Choreography by Pam Tanowitz
Original score composed by Ted Hearne
Costumes by Reid Bartelme and Harriet Jung
Sound design by Garth MacAleavey
A Fisher Center at Bard Production
Sara Mearns and Taylor Stanley, courtesy of New York City Ballet
Musicians: Ted Hearne (voice), Taylor Levine (guitar) and Rachel Drehmann, Daniel Salera, Kate Sheeran, Colin Weyman (horns)
Co-commissioned by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, the Fisher Center at Bard, and The Joyce Theater. Produced by the Fisher Center at Bard, with residency funds provided by Jay Franke & David Herro. The project was developed as part of LMCC's Extended Life Dance Development program made possible in part by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and was created, in part, with the support of The Joyce Theater Foundation’s Artist Residency Center, made possible by lead funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Howard Gilman Foundation, LuEsther T. Mertz Charitable Trust, and Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.
Co-presented by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Battery Park City Authority, and the Fisher Center at Bard.