Paris a.m. | David Orrico
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Soloist: Josefina Urraca, piano

Guillermo Laporta, flute

Yves Dharamraj, cello

Nathan Schram, viola

Keir GoWilth, violin

Presents: Paris a.m.

Cre.Art Project Ensemble begins the 2013/14 season with performances of Paris a.m., a production that explores how the city of Paris and its artists inspired the age of Impressionism. The show will interweave visual projections and actors reciting French poetry within the chamber music of Debussy, Roussel, and Pierne.

Embarking on its first full season in New York City, the innovative Spanish-based group ofmultidisciplinary artists will collaborate with seasoned local musicians, dancers, and visual artists to present five new productions. From December 10 to May 27, Cre.Art Project Ensemble will appear in thirteen performances at the Cervantes Institute, Gershwin Hotel, DiMenna Center, Chain Theater, National Opera America Center, and Spectrum.

AENY – Spanish Artists in New York proudly presents PLAY LOUD! Chamber Music Festival in collaboration with the Cervantes Institute.

This inaugural edition is set to launch at the Cervantes Institute headquarters in New York City, from December 9th to December 11th and comprises an eclectic program with three innovative ensembles exploring the intersections between music and story in their own particular way.