Mercedes Ellington--Granddaughter of Duke Ellington--On Shakespeare, Choreography and More
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The last date listed for Mercedes Ellington: Words On Will was Tuesday May 15, 2007 / 7:30pm.
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Folger Consort, the award-winning early-music ensemble, always gifts its audiences with something special for the holidays, and this year is no exception. Christmas in New Spain celebrates the Consort's Instruments of Exploration theme, exploring the 16th and 17th century religious music of Mexico and Peru, seasonal works by Latin American and Spanish composers, and lively early baroque dances. Enjoy the festively decorated Elizabethan Theatre at this special Yuletide concert, featuring the vocal ensemble, guitar, harp, violin, viol and bassoon. Learn More
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Mercedes Ellington, granddaughter of legendary musician Duke Ellington, is a noted performer and was choreographer for the highly acclaimed musical adaptation of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, Play On!. Among other things, she'll talk about her work on the cross-genre staging of Such Sweet Thunder, a suite in which instruments become characters from Shakespeare's plays. Originally created by Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn, Such Sweet Thunder is being presented by Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra at the Kennedy Center on May 20.
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