Music to be seen… and tasted.
An original production of Musica Aperta

Directed by Joe Banno
Script Juan Uriagereka
Music Director/Arranger Mariano Vales
Choreographer Gabriel Chajnik
Chef Jose Andres
Artistic Director Ignacio Alcover
Executive Director Marina Galvani

Re:New was presented at the Embassy of Argentina and the Shakespeare Theatre in 2004 with the collaboration of the chef Jose Andres and the participation of Jaleo Restaurants. Music to be seen… and tasted.

Re:New - Music to be seen… and tasted.


Stage Director (plus): Danny Ladmirault
MC/Conductor/Keyboard/Voice: Mariano Vales
Artistic Director/Cello: Ignacio Alcover
Culinary Director: José Andrés
Soprano: Lorena Guillén
Violin I: Lina Bahn
Violin II: John Hughes
Viola: Mahoko Eguchi
Clarinet: David Jones
Piano/Keyboard: Kathryn Brake
Dancers: Gabriel Chajnik - Mary Capellas


First Movement

Youkali, song (tango-habanera). Music by Kurt Weil, words by Roger Fernay (arrangement by Mariano Vales)

Pierrot lunaire, melodrama (melodramas: Serenade, Nacht, and Gebet an Pierrot). Music by Arnold Schoenberg, words by Albert Giraud

La Voix humaine, opera (excerpt). Music by Francis Poulenc, words by Jean Cocteau (arrangement by Mariano Vales)


Second Movement

Slow movement for string quartet (1905) (excerpt). Music by Anton Webern. Five movements for string quartet, op.5 (movement III: Sehr bewegt). Music by Anton Webern


Sorbet WoO, and Two Miniatures By Chef José Andrés

Schatzwalzer (excerpt) music by Johann Strauss, Jr. (arrangement by Anton Webern)


Third Movement

Combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda, from Madrigali guerrieri ed amorosi (excerpt). Music by Claudio Monteverdi, words by Torquato Tasso choreography by Gabriel Chajnik

String Quartet No, 8 (Movements 1; Largo, II: Allegro molto, and III: Allegreto). Music by Dimitri Shostakovich choreography by Gabriel Chajnik


Percussion Improvisation by Musica Aperta

Viaggio in Italia (Movement I: Federico II-excerpt-, and III Bella e crudele).
Music by Giovanni Sollima, words by Michelangelo Buonarotti (Bella e crudele) choreography by Gabriel Chajnik

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