Email Print

Gabriel Cabezas & Chloe Felesina 

When:
Gabriel Cabezas & Chloe Felesina
Sun, February 2 · 12:00 PM
Venue:
World Cafe Live - Philadelphia
Street:
3025 Walnut Street
City:
Philadelphia, PA
Box Office Phone:
215-222-1400

Details

LiveConnections presents a pas de deux of music and movement with cellist Gabriel Cabezas and BalletX dancer Chloe Felesina. Their unique performance features improvisations and works by Golijov, Bach, Britten and Saariaho.

The intimate atmosphere of the Downstairs Live venue at World Cafe Live, Philadelphia, provides the perfect backdrop for this talented duo's collaboration. Bring a loved one and enjoy a delicious brunch; romance optional. Doors open at 11:00am for a seated show at 12:00 noon.

Celebrating its fifth anniversary, LiveConnections creates innovative, boundary-crossing music programming and education. Our ClassicAlive concert series expands boundaries of classical music, presenting unique collaborations and fresh projects in the intimate atmosphere of our partner venue World Cafe Live.

 

TICKETS:
$20 general admission
$15 students with ID
(prices include service charges)

Food and drink sold separately. General admission seating.

Buy tickets online

 

Can't make it to the show?
Watch it live on your computer or mobile device through our new LiveStudio initiative.

 

Gabriel CabezasABOUT THE ARTISTS:

Gabriel Cabezas, cello, has appeared as soloist with the New York Philharmonic, Cleveland Orchestra, Chicago Symphony, National Symphony of Costa Rica, Pittsburgh Symphony, New World Symphony and the Nashville Symphony, among others. Cabezas has been portrayed as “...an intense player who connects to the music naturally, without artifice, and brings a singing line to the cello” (David Stabler, The Oregonian) and his debut performance with the Cleveland Orchestra described as a “...remarkably poised and elegant account, with superb attention to phrasing, nuance and tonal coloration” (Donald Rosenberg, The Plain Dealer). A passion for chamber music and collaboration has taken him to Marlboro Music, Music@Menlo, Music from Angel Fire, Seattle Chamber Music Festival, Aspen Music Festival, Bargemusic and Chicago’s Symphony Center Presents series. His television appearances include performances with Yo-Yo Ma at “The Tavis Smiley Show” and “Good Morning America,” and with Béla Fleck in “From The Top – Carnegie Hall.” Cabezas is a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music, where he studied with Carter Brey.

Chloe FelesinaChloe Felesina, dance, received her primary training from Allyson Deane and Barbara Crockett at Deane Dance Center in Sacramento and the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance directed by Summer Lee Rhatigan. Through SFCD, she performed works by William Forsythe, Jiri Kylian and many San Francisco Bay Area choreographers. Felesina spent three years dancing for the San Francisco based company The Foundry, directed by Alex Ketley, where she was integral to the creation of works involving processes such as improvising outdoors, collaborating with poets and going to residency programs around the country. She then joined Sacramento Ballet for three seasons season where she performed various principal and soloist roles, her favorite being Juliet in Romeo and Juliet. She is currently on the roster of BalletX in Philadelphia.

[Chloe Felesina image: Alexander Iziliaev, courtesy of BalletX]

 

 

Extras

Gabriel Cabezas and Chloe FelesinaPress Release, January 16, 2014 — Featuring cellist Gabriel Cabezas and BalletX dancer Chloe Felesina, LiveConnections presents a musical pas de deux on February 2 at 12 p.m. The unique performance features cello compositions by Bach, Britten, Golijov and Saariaho, translated into movement by Felesina. The program will include both choreographed works and improvisation, showcasing each artist’s nimble artistry and interdisciplinary collaboration. [Read More]

 

ClassicAlive concert programDownload the concert program.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photos Gabriel and Chloe began their collaboration in August 2013. Here they are at their first rehearsal.

 


Latest News: ClassicAlive

LiveConnections Announces "The New Sound of Philadelphia"

Uri CaineOctober 27, 2014 — LiveConnections is thrilled to announce our new commissioning project, "The New Sound of Philadelphia." Funded in part by a Presser Foundation 75th anniversary grant, this project will feature three boundary-crossing world premieres by Philly composers for Philly artists over the 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 ClassicAlive seasons.

LiveConnections Transcends Musical Boundaries with Two Eclectic November Concerts

Andrew LipkeOctober 9, 2014 — LiveConnections kicks off their 2014-2015 ClassicAlive concert series with two innovative shows in November. On November 6th, indie rock, classical music, and spoken word collide when singer-songwriter Andrew Lipke premieres a new work for the Aizuri Quartet, joined by special guest Denice Frohman. On November 23rd, New York-based composer-performers Michi Wiancko and Judd Greenstein present original works, including a world premiere, for 5-string violin, Fender Rhodes keys and electronics.

ClassicAlive: Q&A with Jordan Dodson

Kristin LeeJune 3, 2014 - Jordan Dodson is a young, classically trained guitar player who graduated from the Curtis Institute of Music — but he’s equally at home playing Bach as he is pop, minimalist or electronic music. He’s commissioned scores of new works from young composers to play as solos and with his group Marcel (founded at Curtis under the guidance of composition faculty — and previous LiveConnections collaborator — David Ludwig). In our May 4, 2014, concert at World Cafe Live at the Queen in Wilmington, co-presented by the Wilmington Classical Guitar Society, Jordan performed works by several of his favorite young composers. We caught up with Jordon to hear more about his passion for new music.

Donate to LiveConnections
Help connect more people
with more music!

 

Join Our Mailing List

 

FacebookTwitterYoutube