Solo Symphony

On July 12-14, 2012 “Solo Symphony” told the story of Austin Symphony Conductor Peter Bay.  As the live 13-piece ensemble of musicians weaved in and out of classical compositions and original music by Graham Reynolds,  Bay conducted in true to life and abstract ways. With the visionary choreography based off Bay’s gestures, choreographer Allison Orr created a unique piece that exposed his unique conducting style, passion for music, and the artistry and grace which he performs his job. “Solo Symphony” is a project of Forklift Danceworks, which celebrates the extraordinary in the ordinary by creating original performances inspired by the movement of everyday life.

PBS Arts Festival

The PBS Arts Festival is a limited-series event that expands the scope and diversity of the arts on television. We take viewers through the arts across the country and around the world.

KLRU Collective brings this national project home with stories of local art ranging from historical literature to unusual installations and avant-garde musical experiences.

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