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Jimmy Page power chords meet Yom Kippur prayers in cellist Maya Beiser’s convention-flouting survey of her eclectic musical personality. In Part I, Beiser—along with bassist Jherek Bischoff, drummer Zachary Alford, and a healthy dose of light-show spectacle—performs electronics-infused arrangements of songs by Nirvana, Janis Joplin, Led Zeppelin, and others, plus new works by Glenn Kotche and David T. Little. In Part II, she turns toward the spiritual, performing Michael Gordon’s All Vows and Michael Harrison’s epic Just Ancient Loops, both set to films by Bill Morrison; Mohammed Fairouz’s cantorial Kol Nidre; and more.
Films by Bill Morrison
Sound design by Dave Cook
Lighting and scenic design by Aaron Copp
Projection design by Brian Beasley
LA band Timur and the Dime Museum performs a glam-rock requiem for the natural world.
Darcy James Argue’s Secret Society probes America’s fascination with conspiracy theories.
The audience navigates a maze of video tunnels in this live music-filled ode to life.