【Koncertperformance "VREDE (Wrath)"】
-Following on the theme of Seven Deadly Sins-
Featuring: Other Story
November is a sinful month. This year "VREDE (Wrath)" will be presented with tremendously moving music and film at KoncertKirken.
We are extremely honored to screen Other Story's film "Phyllis" (The description about the film is found below).
"Variations on the theme of Dies Irae (the day of Wrath)" composed by Eriko Makimura will be premiered. She will collect the audience's "wrath" and insert the explosive emotions into the piano.
Some authorities say that wrath is social criticism. However, do we really need to define intellectually what wrath means? We will keep tranquility about it until we explode on the stage.
More info coming up soon on our Facebook Page.
【Venue】Koncertkirken (Blågårds Plads 6A, Copenhagen)
【Dates】15-16-17, November, 2018
【Time】20:00 (doors 19:30)
Eriko Makimura: concept maker, artistic director and pianist
Sofia Ivarsson: lighting designer
Taeko Kasama: photo and graphic, assistant manager
Film title: Phyllis
Produced by Other Story
Edit: Madeleïne Käte
Camera: Peter Laugesen & Madeleine Kate McGowan
Sound: Per Buhl Acs
Singing: Mike Little Bear
- Dies Irae Ⅰ
- WRATH 1
Bless And Do Not Curse (improvisation)
- Dies Irae Ⅱ
- WRATH 2
A. Gosfield: Brooklyn October 5, 1941
- Dies Irae Ⅲ
- WRATH 3
E. Makimura: Variations on the theme of Dies Irae (premiere)
- Dies Irae Ⅳ
- WRATH 4
F. Rzewski: Winnsboro Cotton Mills Blues
- Dies Irae Ⅴ
- WRATH 5
F. Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No.2
This Other Story short-film, with Phyllis Young of the Lakota tribe from Standing Rock, is a part of the second series of Other Story films, Tribe of all Colors - intimate film-portraits of people who are investing themselves in the fight for this planet.
In these short documentaries, we get close to people who fight to protect the water flowing in the Missouri River, from oil-leaks in the Dakota Access Pipeline construction.
Other Story met Phyllis Young by a side-stream to the Missouri River, and sat down with her by the water, to talk about ancestors, her experience of the uprising against the Dakota Access Pipeline, and about her message to the young people of today going into the future. Phyllis’ Lakota name is 'Woman who Stands by the Water'.