A Danced Tribute To Ursula Mamlok
Thursday October 5, 7pm [SOLD OUT - Waiting list only]
Friday October 6, 6:30pm and 8:30pm [Limited number of seats available]
German Academy New York, 1014 Fifth Avenue New York, NY.
(between 82nd and 83rd streets)
Admission is free, but advance reservations are required. Click here to reserve.
Stray Bird is a danced tribute to composer Ursula Mamlok, who as a teenager fled from the Nazis, arrived in New York after traveling across three continents, and became one of her generation’s visionary composers. Seven of Mamlok’s delicate, poetic chamber music compositions are presented with new choreography ranging from ballet to contemporary dance, highlighting Mamlok's life, artistry, and her triumph over society's conventions and political adversity.
A site-specific evening with choreography by Miro Magloire, Rebecca Walden, and Mara Driscoll, performed in the historic spaces of the German Academy New York by the dancers of New Chamber Ballet, the Momenta String Quartet, and selected soloists.
New Chamber Ballet:
Cree Carrico, soprano
Martha Cargo, flute
Carlos Cordeiro, clarinet
The Momenta Quartet:
Emilie-Anne Gendron and Alex Shiozaki, violin
Stefanie Griffin, viola
Michael Haas, cello
Dan Lippel, guitar
Presented by the Dwight und Ursula Mamlok Stiftung in collaboration with the Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany New York. Additional support by the Jerome Robbins Foundation.