TIME: 07:00 pm - 09:00 pm
Boston Landmarks Orchestra | Christopher Wilkins, conductor
Ann McMahon Quintero, mezzo-soprano
Boston Ballet II
Camp Harbor View
Jean Appolon Expressions
Yosi Karahashi, flamenco dancer
Castle of our Skins, Ashleigh Gordon, Executive & Artistic Director
Conservatory Lab Charter School
Johannes Brahms Hungarian Dances No. 5 in G minor &
No. 6 in D major
Florence Price Juba Dance & Finale from Symphony No. 1
Manuel de Falla El amor brujo (complete ballet)
Jake Gunnar Walsh & Devin Ferreira New Work for Camp Harbor View
Anthony Green Choucoune
Traditional, orch. Grau Papa Loko
Jacques Offenbach Orpheus in the Underworld Overture
Amilcare Ponchielli ‘Dance of the Hours’ from La Gioconda
Landmarks Dance Night brings music to move by from diverse cultures to the Hatch Shell. Love, magicians and ghosts haunt the flamenco ballet, El amor brujo, inspired by tales of the Romani people. The rhythms of Haiti and Vodou culture, and the drumming of the West African diaspora inspire Bostonians of disparate backgrounds to dance, from amateurs to established professionals. The brilliant young professionals of Boston Ballet II close the 2019 season performing to The Dance of the Hours, a perennial Arthur Fiedler favorite.
Students from Conservatory Lab Charter School perform with Boston Landmarks Orchestra and soloists from Castle of our Skins. Students from Camp Harbor View cap off a summer of unlocking creativity and potential with a performance of a new work they co-composed with musicians Jake Gunnar Walsh and Devin Ferreira and choreographer Chanel Thompson. Special lighting and commissioned projections illuminate the surfaces of the Hatch Shell behind and around the orchestra.
Rain Date: Thursday, August 22, 2019. If it rains on August 22 as well, the concert will be held at an indoor venue to be announced.