Bartlett - Established 1884 in New York City

Thanks to Whole Foods Market for sponsorship of the tour through the use of their demo kitchens and providing organic meals to the tour's performing artists.

 

Symphonic Eurythmy Tour 2005

A generation has come of age since orchestral eurythmy—and the full richness of the art that it reflects—was last seen in North America 27 years ago.

Lemniscate Arts & Eurythmy Spring Valley are honored to bring the New World Symphonic Eurythmy Tour to 16 cities across the United States and Canada in August, September, and October 2005.

We are grateful to the 26 participating eurythmists from 11 countries, to our renowned conductor, to the local symphonies from 15 cities and their host theatres, to our sponsors and to the people in many communities who came together to make this artistic event possible.

 

About Eurythmy

 

 
 

The world of formative forces, which is perceptible in nature and scientific thought, is brought to artistic expression in eurythmy. The name comes from the Greek, and means harmonious rhythmical movement. Eurythmy was developed by Rudolf Steiner in the early 20th Century.

In communion with the world of sound, eurythmy is an art aware that space is alive with the forces that shape us and our world.

Eurythmy shows us the gesture and movement inside speech, making visible the formative ability, the creative function of language and how the word gives meaning and structure to life.

Eurythmy embodies the tone, rhythm and harmony that reveal the world of music, bringing the inner life of sound to outer expression.

Unique in contemporary performing art, neither improvisational nor interpretive, eurythmy makes music and speech visible.

 

watch

New to Eurythmy? Here are 4 brief glimpses of Eurythmy's majesty and beauty... Click on a clip from the New World Tour:

Movement II - A
Movement II - B
Movement III
Movement IV

 

high praise

 

"It was a simply wonderful performance… Personally, I experienced a new dimension in the music, being able to see through the movements on stage how the music is woven together. Big thanks to you!"

Philip Mees

 

"What a whole new vivifying world it gives to music! My friends could scarcely believe how beautiful it was."

Eloise Krivosheia 

 

"We — the Waldorf School of Orange County — took our complete grades 5 through 8 to the performance. It was an extraordinary experience for them, one they will never forget!"

Elisabeth Beck 

 

 

contact us

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