|Chris Herbert performing Winterize|
Performed in collaboration with Make Music New York, the audience holds the accompaniment playing through the radios as they walk through the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Along the way, they pass through locations that reflect the imagery of Wilhelm Müller’s poetry and Schubert’s music.
Christopher Dylan Herbert's Winterize:
The piano accompaniment was recorded by Timothy Long and reimagined by sound designer Jonathan Zalben. The production was directed by JJ Hudson. This year’s performance also featured twenty-four new, illustrated German-to-English supertitles by Italian artist Irene Rinaldi.
You can next see Herbert live with the Chamber Music Society in My Brother, Franz Schubert, which will be performed at Princeton on November 7 and Alice Tully Hall on November 8. On November 14, he rejoins New York Polyphony at the Church of St. Mary the Virgin in Times Square for Songs of Hope, featuring music by Andrew Smith, Francisco de Peñalosa, Cyrillus Kreek and Loyset Compère.
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