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Collage on the Road

Welcome

Hello Miamians,

We are excited to have this wonderful opportunity to be in Miami and invite you to join our students from Interlochen Center for the Arts who will be joined by guests from the Miami Music Project for an immersive and interdisciplinary event. We have prepared a fast-paced performance that highlights all seven of the artistic disciplines that are studied at the Academy— creative writing, dance, film and new media, interdisciplinary artsmusic, theatre, and visual arts.

You will see a wide array of genres and media: original monologues written and performed by theatre students; the synergy of song and scene depicted through projects and videos developed by young filmmakers; and ensemble music performances accompanied by dancers who have been costumed by visual artists.

We invite you to use this guide as a starting point to explore the makings of this collage performance to complement and enhance your art experience.

Collage Program

Act 1 - 40 minutes

 

One

As a universal language, art serves as a powerful tool for connectivity, creating a shared canvas on which individuals from varying backgrounds and perspectives may draw insight. Citizen artists use their diverse media to challenge beliefs, create fellowship, and spark awareness, creating forums for discourse and engagement. Citizen artists speak truth to power in questioning all we accept as societal and political norms, as right or wrong, as important or insignificant. Their poems, paintings, performances, and installations activate critical thinking and ask us to question our assumptions. Their work stimulates curiosity, spurring new questions. 

 

We, as citizen artists, have the power to catalyze discussion and inspire change. Though we approach this collaboration composed of unique identities, beliefs, and life journeys, from many voices, we unite as one. We invite you to raise your voice, and join us in the song.


 

String Octet”, Op.11……………………………………………………………….Dmitri Shostakovich 1st movement         

Miami Music Project Students: 

Giah Bush, Violin

                Julietta Garcia, Violin

                Seth Pan, Viola

                Benjamin Bush, Cello

 

                Interlochen Students:

                Daisy Abbott - Violin 1

Valerie Xu-Friedman  - Violin 2

Yihan Xue - Viola 1

Maximus Gurath - Cello 1


 

Masks and Costumes designed by Savannah Burnett

Dancers: Aliye Adams, Cait Belland, Michael Braun, Lauren Ciccolini 

 

Construction

Choreographed and danced by Katie Warner  

Music by Mello Henderson            

 

Ella’s Mind………………………………………………………………………………………Juliet Coe

Performed by Katherine Humes    

 

Mofongo de Mama…………………………………………………………...Michael Philip Mossman    

Alto Saxophone, Joseph St. Jules             Guitar, Zachary Sobania 

Alto Saxophone, Jacob Davis                Piano, Miles Zaud

Tenor Saxophone, Sean Deegan             Remy Howard

Tenor Saxophone, Nathaniel Lee            Percussion, Daniela Nimo

Baritone Saxophone,Taki Salameh            Percussion, Anne Hayes

 

Trumpet, Leland Rossi                 Trombone, Theo Swanson 

Trumpet,  Alex Vitanov                Trombone, Michael Howard

Trumpet, Carlos Aceves                Trombone-Ethan Hill/Jesse Mudgett

            Trombone, Christopher Gonzales 

 

                    

Bogota ………………………………………………………………………………….Isabella Farmer 

Vocals and acoustic guitar by Isabella Farmer

Backing vocals by Breezy Love

    

Paper Boat ……………………………………………………………………..Sabine Wilson-Patrick 

Piano accompaniment written and played by Calvin Hinds

 

Libertango……………………………………………………………...………………….Astor Piazolla

   arr. Juan Candamil

 

Cumbia P’al Cuarteto    ………………………………………………………Gustavo Adolpho Mantilla

      

         

Miami Music Project Students: 

Marcos Alvarez, Clarinet 1  

Roy Rosales, Clarinet 1

Matthew Vallejo, Clarinet 2

Aaron Torres, Clarinet 2

Santiago Alvarez, Clarinet 3

Fabian Llano, Clarinet 3

Andres Candamil, Bass Clarinet

 

Interlochen Students:

 

Najee Greenlee, Clarinet 1

Jackie Groves, Clarinet 2

Ricardo Cuadra, Clarinet 3


 

Lana’s Mind.................................................................................................................Juliet Coe

Performed by Tiffany Blandin

 

Peter………………………………………………………………………………………...Emma Kirsch

Video Produced by Marlo Irani    

Written by Marlo Irani, Emma Kirsch, Ethan Cooper, and Rose Lehrman

Featuring Max Mika, Moses Kauffman, Emma Kirsch, Mike Kirsch, and Courtney Kaiser-Sandler 

        

 

Throw it in the Fire....................................................................................................Calvin Hinds    

Vocals and acoustic guitar by Calvin Hinds                

 

Weird………………………………………………………………………………………....Emma Arvoy 

Performed by Emma Arvoy, Aidan Anderson, Tiffany Blandin, Katherine Humes, Marlo Irani, Sabine Wilson-Patrick 

                                    

In the Dark.....................................................................................................................Levi Ebnit

Lead vocals and electric guitar, Levi Ebnit

Percussion and Backing vocals, Isabella Farmer    

Bass and Backing vocals, Breezy Love

Acoustic guitar and Backing vocals, Calvin Hinds

Drums, Zhaohan Pan        

ACT II - 50 minutes

 

Trey Devey, President of Interlochen                        

 

Rebirth.............................................................................................................Alexander Pushkin                        

Performed by Aidan Anderson

 

Symphony No. 5 in D Minor, Op. 47 .......................................................……Dmitri Shostakovich 

Moderato – Allegro non troppo                         (1906-1975)         

Allegretto 

Largo 

Allegro non troppo    

Movement composition by Aliye Adams, Cait Belland, Michael Braun, Lauren Ciccolini 

Direction by Katie Dorn

 

Any questions—Contact us @ library-help@interlochen.org.
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