Paul Taylor Dance Company Brings the Music of Charles Ives, P.D.Q. Bach, and Norman Dello Joio to Lincoln Center

Throughout March, the Paul Taylor Dance Company will take up residence at the David H. Kotch Theatre at Lincoln Center and feature multiple performances to the music of CHARLES IVES, P.D.Q. BACH, and NORMAN DELLO JOIO. Orchestra of St. Luke’s, conducted by Donald York and Ted Sperling, will accompany the ensemble on every program.
Ives’ Three Places in New England is the highlight of Taylor’s “Danbury Mix” (pictured above) and will be performed on March 14th, 18th, and 25th. Taylor has also incorporated two works by P.D.Q. Bach – Howdy Symphony and Royal Firewater Musick – into his “Ab Ovo Usque Ad Mala (From Soup to Nuts),” which will be performed on March 16th and 19th. And finally, the dance company will perform Martha Graham’s choreography to Dello Joio’s Diversion of Angels on March 19th.
Norman Dello Joio
DIVERSION OF ANGELS

For Chamber Orchestra
Duration: 16′

PERUSAL SCOREVIDEO

Charles Ives
THREE PLACES IN NEW ENGLAND

For Orchestra
Duration: 18′

PERUSAL SCOREAUDIO

I. The “St. Gaudens” In Boston Common
II. Putnam’s Camp, Redding, Connecticut
III. From The Housatonic At Stockbridge
P.D.Q. Bach
ROYAL FIREWATER MUSICK

For Chamber Orchestra
Duration: 15′

PERUSAL SCOREAUDIO

III. With a Twist
V. One for the Road
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