Apotheosis of the Dance: Arizona Pro Arte Performs Beethoven & Daring New Works
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The last date listed for Apotheosis of the Dance was Thursday April 10, 2014 / 7:30pm.
Currently at Tempe Center for the Arts - Studio Theatre
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Aharon Harlap is one of Israel’s most prominent and well-known composers and conductors. Harlap is widely known as an orchestral, operatic and choral conductor and has appeared as guest conductor with orchestras and opera houses in Canada, the USA, Europe and South Africa. His own compositions have also been performed in all of these countries, including works for choir, chamber ensembles and symphony orchestras. In Israel he has appeared as guest conductor with most of the major orchestras, including the Israel Philharmonic, the Haifa Symphony Orchestra, the Israel Sinfonette Beer Sheva, the Kibbutzim Chamber Orchestra, the Israel Chamber Orchestra and the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra.
*Michael-Thomas Foumai *(b.1987, Honolulu, HI) was named winner of the 2013 American Prize for Orchestral Composition and named 2012 Composer of the Year by the Sioux City Symphony Orchestra. His music has been recognized with three BMI composition awards, the 2012 Jacob Druckman Prize from the Aspen Music Festival and School, Presser Award, the Arthur and Mary Platsis Prize from the University of Michigan and winner of the American String Teachers Association Merle J. Isaac Composition Competition, Dolce Suono Competition, Left Coast Chamber Ensemble Competition, Michigan Music Teachers Association Commissioned Composer Competition and the 4×4 Prizes in Composition from the University of Oklahoma.
About the Ticket Supplier: Arizona Pro Arte Ensemble
Arizona Pro Arte (APA) is a flexible ensemble model for innovation in the performance of classical music in Arizona through the presentation of expert-level collaborative performances.