A deeply felt, lyric solo.
Ms. Sokolow’s shattering vision of people denied their humanity.
“Sokolow’s nightmarish threnody on the Holocaust…”
An intense, poetic work set to the Gyorgyi Ligeti’s “10 Pieces for Wind Quintet.”
Set to piano music by Rachmaninoff, Homage is a portrait of the turbulent inner life of Edgar Allan Poe as told through his poems, including “Alone,” “The Raven,” “The Bells,” “Annabelle Lee,” and “A Dream Within a Dream.”
A suite of evocative, timeless portraits set to Berg’s exquisite string quartet. Two solos for men, two solos for women, one duet for a man and woman, and a women’s quartet.
An embodiment of the elegant joy and restrained sensuality of Gershwin’s piano music.
Set to the music of Argentinian composer, William Catanzaro, the stage comes alive with handshakes, the Twist, Walk The Dog, and the Microwave—Anna‘s tribute to the spirit of youth.
Based on her personal relationship with Mexican painters Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, Ms. Sokolow shaped an intimate portrait using dance, slides of Kahlo‘s paintings, and a score by Mexican composers.
A poetic mix of masked revelry and human yearning set to the music of Charles Ives, a composer whose dark and stringent sensibility was comparable to Ms. Sokolow’s view of life.