2014–2015

2014–2015

See “Works” for more information on each piece.

– Us, the Moon & the Neighbors Festival in Beirut, Lebanon. Performances of The Happy Prince (two violins & narrator with music by Colin Pip Dixon based on the story by Oscar Wilde) in Arabic with Lebanese Actress Aida Sabra. 

– What is Essential is Invisible to the Eye – National Opera Center, NYC. Concert program featuring The Happy Prince (piano quartet & narrator) and music of Piazzolla , Grieg & Takemitsu.

Prélude à L’Anastasis Théâtre de L’Epée de Bois à La Cartoucherie, Paris, France. Theater/Dance/Music piece in co-production with Théâtre de l’Arc-en-Ciel and the Dance company Hallet-Eghayan. Original music by Colin Pip Dixon “I Have a Dream” (for string trio and soprano based on Martin Luther King).

The Happy Prince at the Salle de Gesù, Montreal, Quebec as part of the convention “…et Si la Beauté pouvait sauver le monde” (two violins & narrator in French with Cécile Maudet).

 His Majesty, the Devil – a play with music Robert Moss Theater in the New York International Fringe Festival. 

– Quand les Poilus étaient Poètes (When Soldiers were Poets) at the Château de Machy, near Lyon France. Theater piece with music produced by Théâtre de l’Arc-en-Ciel. Orininaly music for trio (violin, viola & piano) by Colin Pip Dixon.

Other creations by The Elsewhere Ensemble:

Inovocation – for soprano, violin & viola. Prayers, poems and texts from various religions and cultures around the question of peace and violence. Information about Invocation

Chekhov Triptych – for violin, viola & narrator. Three Chekhov stories in concert. Original music by Colin Pip Dixon. Performed in Paris, Boston, New York in English with MacIntyre Dixon and in French with Dominique Rozan.

The Velveteen Rabbit – a concert for children. For violin, viola & narrator. Based on the story by Marjorie Williams. Music by Colin Pip Dixon. Performed in Paris and London. English & French. Also a version for chamber orchestra & narrator. 

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