A Packed House for our First Program of the Season

David Johnston

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Sishel Claverie (Shadow: Joy Tamayo)

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Hirona Amamiya

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“Beloved Prey” creative team, left to right: Alexis Kandra, Kento Iwasaki and Cris Ryan, with EtM’s David Johnston

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Joy Tamayo


 
 
 
 
 
 

EtM Con Edison Composer-in-Residence Kento Iwasaki presented his public program on Jan. 18 at Flushing Town Hall.  On an icy, rainy day, Kento and his fellow artists pulled in a packed room to hear the Moon Princess Song Cycle and the first act of his “portable opera,” Beloved Prey, two pieces developed during the residency. Afterwards, EtM Executive Director David Johnston led a lively Q&A for Kento, his librettist-costume/mask designer Cris Ryan and set designer Alexis Kandra, (pictured above.)

Photos by Akiko Sasaki

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  1. POSTED BY: CYGNUS

    Fantastic. This is a team to follow. It was a great performance!

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