Modern Masters Gabi Sultana And Mirek Coutigny End Teatru Manoel's Season With A Boom

26th July 2018

Gabi Sultana and Mirek Coutigny take us on a road-trip through five different states with the works of seven of the most important American composers of our time.

Gabi Sultana and Mirek Coutigny will be closing Teatru Manoel’s season programme for 2017/18 by “tickling the ivories”, with an all-American piano-duo programme on Tuesday 31st July 2018.

From Massachusetts (Frederic Rzewski and John Adams) to California (John Cage and David Lang), Maryland (Philip Glass), New York (Morton Feldman) and finally Washington (William Bolcom), they take us on a road-trip through five different states with the works of seven of the most important American composers of our time.

Programme:

Frederic Rzewski - Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues;

John Cage - Experiences no.1;

Philip Glass - In Again Out Again;

Morton Feldman - Piano Four Hands;

John Adams - Hallelujah Junction;

David Lang - Gravity;

William Bolcom - The Serpent's Kiss;

The closing performances start at 9pm at Teatru Manoel on the 31st July 2018. Tickets can be bought from the section Upcoming Events on www.teatrumanoel.com.mt, through an email on [email protected] or by calling 2124 6389. Age: 6+.


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