Morton Feldman’s Music for Dance and Film at HCMF

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Morton Feldman’s Music for Dance and Film at St Paul's Hall, Huddersfield 18 November 2019 Entrance is free

Throughout the 1950s, minimalist composer Morton Feldman wrote a series of works intended for both music and improvised dance. Relatively unknown and in many cases unpublished, these works have rarely been performed live. A renowned interpreter of Feldman’s music, pianist Philip Thomas recently collected these works in Morton Feldman Piano, a collection of recordings that illuminate Feldman’s relationship with the piano. In this concert, he performs them as they were intended, accompanied by dancer Hilary Elliott.

Morton Feldman’s Music for Dance and Film at St Paul's Hall, Huddersfield 18 November 2019 Entrance is free

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