Barak Marshall's Monger Featuring Dancers from Acclaimed Israeli Dance Companies
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The last date listed for Barak Marshall's Monger was Tuesday May 17, 2011 / 7:30pm.
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All four Portland Youth Philharmonic ensembles and the and the Alumni Orchestra will share the stage for Concert-at-Christmas. With two full symphony orchestras, a chamber orchestra, a wind ensemble and a string orchestra, the Portland Youth Philharmonic Association is made up of outstanding young musicians chosen by open auditions. These up-and-coming talents hail from communities across the region, and represent more than 100 different schools. For this show, they'll play Berlioz's Le Corsaire Overture and Wolf-Ferrari's Il Segreto di Susanna. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Quotes & Highlights
- Read Goldstar member review's from Monger's run at UCLA's Royce Hall here.
- “[A] complex, engaging and inspiring creation” --Haaretz
- “unique, refreshing and powerful” --Habama
- "Bursting with energy and human passion." --The Jerusalem Post
Using evocative imagery and intense physicality, Barak Marshall’s, Monger explores the dynamics of hierarchy, power, dignity and the compromises one makes to order to survive and features 10 leading dancers from acclaimed Israeli companies including Batsheva Dance Company, Kibbutz Dance Company, Vertigo Dance Company and the Inbal Pinto Dance Company. Marshall’s mysterious world is enhanced by a varied score that incorporates the music of Balkan Beat Box, Handel, Verdi and NPR’s Yiddish Radio Project.
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