Majlis Multidisciplinary Arts: “Figure of Speech” concert photos

Here are some photos of our multidisciplinary concert
on Saturday, August 29. The performers, in order of
appearance in the photos:

 

Hallie Fishel-Verrette
John Edwards

Camille Martin
Gauri Vanarase

 

For my musings on the collaborative experience, please see
yesterday’s post.

 

Hallie and John performing their setting of “this is the tune
that paper sang” (one of my “nursery rhyme” sonnets, based on
“This is the house that Jack built”):

Photo by: Cameron Ogilvie

Photo by: Cameron Ogilvie

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Photo by: Cameron Ogilvie

Photo by: Cameron Ogilvie

Photo by: Cameron Ogilvie

 

My solo reading:

Photo by: Cameron Ogilvie

Photo by: Cameron Ogilvie

 

Hallie and I performing a “shadowing” setting of
“if you are somewhere.” I read and Hallie “shadowed”
me by singing the same words:

Photo by: Cameron Ogilvie

Photo by: Cameron Ogilvie

Photo by: Cameron Ogilvie

Photo by: Cameron Ogilvie

 

Gauri performing “Folia d’Italiana,” accompanied by
Hallie and John on guitars:

Photo: Cameron Ogilvie

Photo: Cameron Ogilvie

Photo by: Cameron Ogilvie

Photo by: Cameron Ogilvie

Photo by: Cameron Ogilvie

Photo by: Cameron Ogilvie

 

Hallie, John, and I performing “Does It Take” (Gauri also
performed in this piece). Hallie hummed and John played
guitar while I read, and Hallie sang the last part of the poem;
Gauri performed a haunting interpretation of the poem:

Photo by: Cameron Ogilvie

Photo by: Cameron Ogilvie

 

Gauri performing “Folia d’españa”:

Photo by: Cameron Ogilvie

Photo by: Cameron Ogilvie

 

Curtain call with Gauri’s red ribbon and heart balloon:

Photos by: Cameron Ogilvie

Photos by: Cameron Ogilvie

 

Mingmar, multidisciplinary muse:

Photo by: Cameron Ogilvie

Photo by: Cameron Ogilvie

 


 

Camille Martin
http://www.camillemartin.ca

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