|Date||Thursday 18 & Friday 19 April 2013|
|Venue||Mediterranean Conference Centre|
|Tickets||Eur 3.50 per student (teacher to student ration 1:15)|
What if Icarus traveled not to the sun but to a black hole? This 40-minute orchestral work is a mesmerizing adaptation of Icarus at the Edge of Time, Brian Greene’s 2008 book for children. A re-imagining of the Greek myth, which brings Einstein’s concepts of relativity to visceral, emotional life, it features music by Philip Glass, a script adapted by Greene and David Henry Hwang and film created and directed by Al and Al.
A moving and visually stunning futuristic re-imagining of the Icarus fable written for kids and adults journeying with them toward a deeper appreciation of the cosmos.
Based on the Book by Brian Greene
Music by Philip Glass
Narrative Adapted by Brian Greene and David Henry Hwang
Film Created and Directed by Al + Al
© 2011 Dunvagen Music Publishers Inc. Used by Permission
18th April 2013