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Young People’s Chorus of New York City
Conducted by Francisco J. Núñez
Film by Ali Hossaini
Directed by Michael McQuilken
In an exuberant ode to life filled with live music, Epiphany sends its audience roaming through labyrinthine tunnels of video, light, and reflection to celebrate the ecstasies of existence. The Young People’s Chorus of New York City—joined by soulful Zimbabwean singer Netsayi—and a string quartet perform music by Paola Prestini, Netsayi, and Sarah Kirkland Snider, backing surreal eight-channel video by Ali Hossaini. As 3D imagery pulsates with epic chronologies, Aztec, Zoroastrian, and Tibetan texts whirl in ritualistic constellations, merging with musical epiphanies that reveal the epic connectedness of all things.
Music by Paola Prestini, Netsayi, and Sarah Kirkland Snider
Libretto by Niloufar Talebi and Nathaniel Bellows
Co-produced by VisionIntoArt and Young People's Chorus of New York City
Developed at 3LD Art & Technology Center
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