An extended piano performance, a journey to imaginary worlds and images. myths & visions – a piano (& body) performance was conceived as Késia Decoté’s PhD final show. It explores the choreographic potential of the pianist’s gestures in a programme of works for piano extended techniques, which were also inspired by myths, imaginary landscapes and illusions. It combines piano performance with elements of dance, and the spectator/participant is led to walk through specific journeys within the experience of the performance, as an invitation for an alternative and more embodied experience of classical music.
Permanent link to this resource: https://doi.org/10.24384/000532
Project Members: Pappas, Joëlle
Other contributors: Ball, James
School of ArtsFaculty of Technology, Design and Environment
Decoté, Késia; Cowell, Henry; Cage, John; Carvalho, Sara; Rezende, Marisa; Allsopp, Stu; Newton, Alex; Frazão, Jéssica; Twycross, John
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