Perspectives Ensemble mention in the New Yorker

This weekend, Foundation for Iberian Music resident ensemble Perspectives Ensemble, is performing their new program, “Falla!” directed by Sato Moughalian and with guest conductor Angel Gil-Ordóñez. We are honored to see that the event merited a mention in The New Yorker‘s “Goings On About Town” section. 

The concert consists of two Falla works, the rarely performed original version of El Amor brujo, which calls for a cantaora (a role filled here by eminent flamenco singer Esperanza Fernández), and a work derived from a scene in Don QuixoteEl Retablo de maese Pedro

To make this program truly exciting, El Retablo de maese Pedro (Master Peter’s Puppet Show) will include an actual puppet show! A digital one, at any rate. Animations by Kevork Mourad will accompany the music, and Mourad also be creating additional material spontaneously during the concert.  

Orensanz Foundation interior

photo by Orensanz Foundation

 If that were not enough to entice you, the NYC show is also free. It is being held in the beautiful neo-gothic interior of the Angel Orensanz Foundation (courtesy of the Orensanz Foundation). Ticket reservations are available online here

8 pm, 25 August 2018 (Tickets from $20; $7 student)
Doctorow Center for the Arts
Hunter, NY

7 pm, 26 August 2018 (Free)
Angel Orensanz Foundation
172 Norfolk Street
New York, NY 10002