Matthew Duvall, percussionist for GRAMMY® winning chamber ensemble Eighth Blackbird, returns to The Ringling to present a series of percussive performances that simultaneously celebrate and utilize The Ringling’s flora and fauna as an instrument of sound.
Featuring percussionist Matthew Duvall and eco-acoustic composer Matthew Burtner, this outdoor happening will invite the audience to participate in a performance where the arboretum becomes an instrument.
Through movement and music, the myriad and fluid dimensions of memory and amnesia are explored at the intersection of art and science. Theatre Re was established in 2009 by actor and director Guillaume Pige.
Crackling with his signature bravado and high-energy physicality, Raphael Xavier shares the stage with a multigenerational cast, performing a series of solos, duets and quintets in his newest work, featuring a soundscape of beats, spoken word poetry and musical rhythms.
Through movement, mime, and comedy, a veteran solo artist recalls and recreates the indelible memories from thirty years of touring twenty-five nations.
Provocative and iconoclastic cellist Matt Haimovitz collaborates with jazz pianist/composer Vijay Iyer to present a program of duets and solos drawn from an eclectic repertoire.
U.S. Choreographer Kate Weare collaborates with French tango ensemble to reveal the formal strengths and distinctions between Argentine tango and contemporary dance partnering. Performed by three tango dancers and two contemporary dancers with live music performed by Argentinean composer Gustavo Beytlemann.
Continuing a commitment to provide a platform and support for local contemporary artists. Moving Ethos strives to rebuild connections to ourselves and community through movement.