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Duo Jalal: Shadow and Light

Video: duoJalal perfom Shirish Korde's Joy

Bridge Records will be releasing duoJalal's new CD Shadow and Light in fall 2016. The recording will feature works by Evan Ziporyn, Giovanni Sollima, Shirish Korde, Somei Satoh, Ljova and Zhao Jiping.

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Jennifer Borkowski: COMPOSED

Drawing inspiration from nature and meditation, flutist and composer Jennifer Borkowski presents her debut Ravello Records release COMPOSED.

Borkowski creates a dialog between Western and Indian classical music with her adaptation of Anusvara by Shirish Korde, in which she uses a Western classical flute.

Korde’s other work on this album, Tenderness of Cranes, offers imagery of nature: the playful dance of cranes, wings flapping on water, and birds taking flight.

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Nina Assimakopoulos: Tenderness of Cranes

Vayu, Multi-Cultural Flute Solos from the Twenty-First Century, featuring internationally acclaimed flutist Nina Assimakopoulos, contains 10 ‘audience friendly’ avante-garde compositions for unaccompanied flute written after 1962 that blend diverse multi-cultural musical styles and indigenous flute playing techniques with practices associated with western art music and the western classical flute.

November 25 - December 31 2016

Adapted by Mary Zimmerman From the translation by Anthony C. Yu Directed by Lee Mikeska Gardner Music by Shirish Korde

In the beloved comic Chinese novel a monk travels from China to India in search of spiritual enlightenment and Buddhist scriptures. Mary Zimmerman’s (Candide, Metamorphosis) adaptation delivers whimsy, delight, and a combination of comedy, adventure, and satire mixed with a mystical dreamscape filled with puppetry and lyrical beauty. For everyone who enjoyed our holiday staple, Arabian Nights, Journey to the West promises to be a comic adventure for all ages celebrating the vitality of human perseverance.

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