Resonant Bodies at Mount Tremper Arts

A week of rehearsing and workshopping is coming to a close here at Mount Tremper Arts’ Watershed Lab residency, in preparation for a preview concert here at Mount Tremper, in addition to the opening night of the Resonant Bodies Festival 2018. The wonderful team includes performers Lucy Dhegrae (mezzo) and Amy Garapic (percussion); composers Eve Beglarian, Osnat Netzer, and Katherine Young; Alison Moritz (stage director) and Bryce Cutler (scenic/media design). The project — conceived, curated and produced by Lucy Dhegrae — engages with the processes and practices of healing from trauma. Each of the eight unique perspectives present have contributed to what has been an ongoing and truly collaborative creative process. The in-progress results of this residency work will be shared on the opening night of the 2018 Resonant Bodies Festival, and comprise sonic, visual and theatrical realizations of various therapeutic modalities, as well as expressive renderings of semi-autobiographical lived experiences and personal journeys through trauma. Also on the program: Christopher Trapani‘s Waterlines, marking the release of his portrait album of the same name, which features Lucy as well as my trio Longleash and other wonderful artists.

Read more:

The New York Times: 4 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend

The New Yorker: Goings On About Town (Resonant Bodies Festival feature)