Giants Are Small proudly announces that gender non-specific singer, performer and New York cultural icon will be one of the guests performers of Dadabomb, on May 17th.
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We are thrilled to launch Giants Are Small Discovery. These exploratory productions, drawing on diverse musical genres, apply the Giants Are Small treatment to smaller scale works in a range of cultural spaces. What happens in a Giants Are Small Discovery production? New ideas, experimentation, fresh artistic roadmaps. Every performance is a new adventure.
Make sure you don’t miss these two upcoming events:
MAY 17 – Giants Are Small Discovery curates the signature event of the Zurich meets New York Festival. Dadabomb will be a spectacular, never-before-experienced soirée re-envisioning the world of Dada. A stellar roster of contemporary American and Swiss artists perform unique acts questioning today’s global forces, including capitalism, violence, art consumerism and big brotherism. The journey will end at The Box, in New York City’s Lower East Side. Explore. Read the New York Times Arts Blog.
MAY 29, 30 & JUNE 1 – With The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Juilliard School and Alan Gilbert, as part of the New York Philharmonic Biennale, Giants Are Small Discovery presents Gloria – A Pig Tale. A rollicking tale of social expectations and aspirations, this humorous opera explores life in excess, all set in the imaginative world of the heroine pig, Gloria. Buy tickets.
Giants Are Small and the New York Philharmonic are proud to announce a theatrical reimagining of Stravinsky’s ballet Petrushka, adapted from Giants Are Small’s critically acclaimed, sold-out production, A Dancer’s Dream: Two Works by Stravinsky.
Directed by Doug Fitch and produced by Edouard Getaz, Petrushka blends music with dance, live animation, video, puppetry, and circus arts, and spotlights Philharmonic musicians juggling, acting, and dancing. The European premiere of Petrushka, which will take place at the Barbican in London on April 19, 2015. Alan Gilbert will conduct.
Discover The Fairy’s Kiss, Stravinsky’s masterpiece reinvented by Giants Are Small and interpreted by the New York Philharmonic. Choreography: Karole Armitage. Featuring Sara Mearns and Amar Ramasar, from the New York City Ballet.