HONORING OUR ANCESTORS

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2020, 7:00pm
(performance on October 25th cancelled due to inclement weather)

9th Street Market
(at intersections of 9th St. & Washington Ave. & Ellsworth St.) 
FREE and open to the public.
Please wear a mask and practice social distancing. 


HONORING OUR ANCESTORS  focuses on musical compositions of life, loss, transitions, enlightenment, and memory. Projected messages and images honoring loved ones that have passed and are connected to the market will be shown throughout the performance. The main goal for this event is to open a space of collective grieving as well as using music to bring light and honor to our loved ones as a way of elevating their spirit.  

This performance is part of Orchestra 2001's EMERGING MARKETS concert series, supported in large part by the William Penn Foundation.


Orchestra 2001
Mark Loria, conductor
Michelle Angela Ortiz, host
Hannah Ludwig, mezzo-soprano
 
PROGRAM:

Manuel Ponce – Estrellita (Mexico)

Giacomo Puccini – Crisantemi (Italy)

Carlos Almarán – La historia de un amor (Panama)

Charles Albert Tindley – We Shall Overcome (USA) 
Matt Davis, guitar

Lam Phuong – Chieu Tay Do (Vietnam)
Nhung Nguyen, voice

Ennio Morricone – Cinema Paradiso (Italy)
Matt Davis, guitar

Alain Barrière / Los Ángeles Negros – Y Volveré (France/Chile)
Miguel Angel Ortiz, voice

George Walker – Lyric for Strings (USA)

Tan Dun – Prayer and Blessing for the Victims of COVID-19 (China)
Hannah Ludwig, mezzo-soprano

Juan Ramirez – from Suita Latina (Mexico/USA)

Pietro Mascagni – Intermezzo from Cavaleria Rusticana
 (Italy)


Orchestra 2001

Violins:

Luigi Mazzocchi*

Min-Young Kim

Carlos Rubio*

Elizabeth Kaderabek

Violas:

Adriana Linares*

Nina Cottman

Cellos:

Jesús Morales*

Ulrich Böckheler

Bass:

Douglas Mapp

Guitar:

Matt Davis

*members of the Dalí Quartet


The HONORING OUR ANCESTORS performances are co-presented by OUR MARKET.

“OUR MARKET” is a community-centered, multi-layered, multi-year public art project created and led by local artist Michelle Angela Ortiz that began in April 2019. The project is focused on supporting the immigrant vendors, business owners, and neighbors that work and reside in the 9th Street Market. The project invests in the 9th Street Market by offering creative community strategies to tackle the issues of gentrification, racism, displacement, and erasure.


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