Project Description

Mother/Jump

culture symphony in 2-parts

A full-evening work imagined as a cultural symphony that looks at how music and movement and the arts revitalize communities and provide people spiritual awakening. The evening is a poetic use of the stage as a framing mechanism for communal reflection of the people of Atlanta. The multidisciplinary 2-part work will be structured as scenes of encounter that aim to create new centers of social analysis and social celebration.

It’s always inspiring to glo to encourage our participants to question our ideas about living in a pluralist society. The full evening develops as a hopeful dedication to humankind and children’s optimism, celebrating the spirit, imaginative freedom, and potential of human nature.

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Maestro Robert Spano | Lauri Stallings: conceptual artist and choreographer | Phaemonae Brooks, Kristina Brown, Virginia Coleman, Christina Kelly, Katherine Maxwell, Mandi P. Mpezo, Cailan Orn, Mary Jane Pennington, Mechelle Tunstall, Cara Watkins, Moving Artists | Richard Carvlin: General Manager |  gloGUILD, Installation Team.

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OPENING MARCH 2, 2019
Atlanta Symphony Hall