Anna Clyne (photo: Christina Kernohan)
On March 16, the Orchestra of St. Luke’s presents “Visionary Sounds: Anna Clyne” at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music. Lauded by Seen and Heard International as “an especially satisfying and rewarding experience,” the new, interdisciplinary series spotlights 20th and 21st century artists, with each program featuring related visual art, literature, music and more.
The March 16 program presents chamber works by OSL Composer Mentor Anna Clyne, alongside films from cutting-edge visual artists Josh Dorman – who constructs “fantasy lands and visual puns with the wonky, romantic intensity of a daydreaming ten-year-old” (New Yorker) – and Jyll Bradley, whose acclaimed work in sculpture, installation, and drawing uses light to explore ideas of place, space, and identity. Also on the program will be selections from Bach’s TheArt of Fugue and Steve Reich’s New York Counterpoint.
OSL Presents: “Visionary Sounds: Anna Clyne”
Date and time: Thursday, March 16 at 7pm
Location: The DiMenna Center for Classical Music, 450 W 37th St, New York, NY
St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble
BACH: Selections from The Art of Fugue
Anna CLYNE: Woman Holding a Balance; Pardes; Selections from The Violin
Steve REICH: New York Counterpoint
For tickets and info visit: OSLmusic.org/event/anna-clyne