Interdisciplinary performance of voice, sound, movement, and visuals, based on the poetry and inner world perception of Uruguayan poet Idea Vilariño (1920-2009). Reception to follow.
DIALOGUES OF SILENCE is an interdisciplinary performance of voice, sound, movement and visuals. This new music theatre piece is based on the poetry and inner world perception of Uruguayan poet Idea Vilariño (1920-2009). In this performance, Vilariño’s existentialist poetry meets music & sounds that create a world beyond the limits of the text’s power. Dialogues of Silence consists of a solo vocal artist who translates the poetic atmosphere into a dance and sound experience.
- Conception, composition, movement, voice: Sabrina Lastman (walkman, Tibetan bowl, bells, claves, megaphone, shaker, recorded poem)
- Visuals: Shige Moriya
Drawing from jazz, Latin American, and contemporary music, often integrating extended vocal techniques, New York based vocalist, performer, and composer Sabrina Lastman (Uruguay/ Israel) has created and performed interdisciplinary new music projects incorporating voice, sound, movement, and visuals. Born in Montevideo, Uruguay, Sabrina graduated from The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance in Israel. She has performed at Carnegie Hall, Juilliard, Yale University, New York University, La Mama, ISSUE Project Room, Roulette, Rutgers University, Blue Note, Joe's Pub, Blues Alley Jazz, City University of New York and Classical Guitar Association of New York, among others.
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