Wayne McGregor: Collaboration Various Artists - Wayne McGregor
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- Jon Hopkins (b. 1979):
- Max Richter (b. 1966):
- 2Infra 505:17
- Joel Cadbury (b. 1971), Paul Stoney:
- 3Variant V (Arr. Woodgates) (Orchestral Version)04:12
- William Byrd (1543 - 1623):
- 4Miserere Mei (Arr. Muhly)03:24
- Ólafur Arnalds (b. 1986):
- 5...og lengra (Arr. Árnason) (Orchestral Version)03:47
- Jerrilynn Patton (b. 1987):
- 6Blue i04:02
- Sir John Tavener (b. 1944): Laila (Amu):
- 7Laila (Amu): Hymn of Adoration05:30
- Robin Rimbaud (b. 1964):
- 8Nemesis 308:00
- Kaija Saariaho (b. 1952): Notes On Light:
- 9Notes On Light: Eclipse (Live)04:22
- 10Swarming Season07:56
- Max Richter: Three Worlds: Music From Woolf Works / Mrs Dalloway:
- 11Three Worlds: Music From Woolf Works / Mrs Dalloway: War Anthem06:55
- Joby Talbot (b. 1971): Chroma:
- 12Chroma: Transit of Venus03:38
- Ben Frost (b. 1980):
- 13After Death (Arr. Ekman) (Orchestral Version)06:39
- Adam Wiltzie, Dustin O'Halloran (b. 1971):
- 14Atomos XI05:26
- Jon Hopkins:
- 15Vessel (Arr. Hodge) (Orchestral Version)03:57
Info for Wayne McGregor: Collaboration
One of the world’s most celebrated contemporary dance choreographers, Wayne McGregor, is teaming up with Mercury KX for his first ever curated album release. Collaboration is a personal collection, curated by McGregor himself, combining some of his favourite pieces of music he commissioned for his dance productions over the last 25 years.
Acclaimed for his ground-breaking collaborations, McGregor has worked closely with many of the leading and most adventurous composers from contemporary classical and electronic music, to create music that allies with his artistic vision. The album is a reflection of this and includes music by composers ranging from Jon Hopkins and Jlin to Max Richter and Kaija Saariaho, amongst many others. It also includes the world premiere recording of a piece by Sir John Tavener, written for McGregor’s ballet Amu. Several of the pieces on this album have been re-recorded and rearranged, always in close collaboration with McGregor and the original composer.
Grace Davidson, soprano
Trystan Griffiths, tenor
Jon Hopkins, piano
Leo Abrahams, hurdy gurdy
Leo Abrahams, electric guitar
Emma Smith, violin
Vince Siprell, viola
Chris Worsey, cello
Max Richter, synthesizer programming
Ólafur Arnalds, programming
Paul Stoney, programming
Joel Cadbury, programming
Nick Barr, viola
Ian Burdge, cello
Anssi Karttunen, cello
Hila Karni, cello
Natalia Bonner, violin
Louisa Fuller, violin
Nicholas Collon, conductor
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
Robert Ames, conductor
Orchestre de Paris
Christoph Eschenbach, conductor
Deutsches Filmorchester Babelsberg
Robert Ziegler, conductor
Born in 1970, Wayne McGregor CBE is a multi-award-winning British choreographer and director, internationally renowned for trailblazing innovations in performance that have radically redefined dance in the modern era. In 1993, McGregor founded Company Wayne McGregor, which was the original instrument through which McGregor evolved his distinctive visual style, revealing the movement possibilities of the body in ever more precise degrees of articulation. Driven by an insatiable curiosity about movement and its creative potentials, his experiments have led him into collaborative dialogue with an array of artistic forms, scientific disciplines, and technological interventions. The startling and multi-dimensional works resulting from these interactions have ensured McGregor’s position at the cutting edge of contemporary arts for over 25 years.
In 1992 McGregor founded Random Dance, which has grown into Studio Wayne McGregor to encompass his extensive creative output in fields both beyond, and in dialogue with dance. Company Wayne McGregor, his ensemble of highly skilled dancers, was the original instrument through which McGregor evolved his distinctive visual style, revealing the movement possibilities of the body in ever more precise degrees of articulation. McGregor has made over thirty works for the company and today it continues to be his laboratory for ambitious and experimental new choreography, touring his work across the UK and around the world. Company Wayne McGregor is Resident Company at Sadler’s Wells, London.
Studio Wayne McGregor is the creative engine of McGregor’s life-long choreographic enquiry into thinking through and with the body. It encompasses his own touring company of dancers, Company Wayne McGregor; creative collaborations across dance, film, music, visual art, technology and science; and highly specialized learning, engagement and research programmes. In March 2017 Studio Wayne McGregor moved into its own newly created studio space at Here East in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, a shared space for making where the creative brains of the day can exchange knowledge and invent together.
Since 2006 McGregor has been Resident Choreographer at The Royal Ballet, the first choreographer from a contemporary dance background to be invited into the role. Here his productions are acclaimed for their daring reconfiguring of classical language. He has made 16 works for The Royal Ballet, from Chroma (2006) set to music by The White Stripes and Joby Talbot and winner of the Olivier Award for Best New Dance Production, to Woolf Works (2015), an "exhilarating and ravishingly expressive" (Guardian) full length ballet based on the life and writings of Virginia Woolf.
McGregor is regularly commissioned to make new work by and has works in the repertories of the most important ballet companies in the world including Paris Opera Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, Bayerisches Staatsballett Munich, New York City Ballet, Bolshoi Ballet, NDT1, Australian Ballet, San Francisco Ballet and the Royal Danish Ballet. He is in demand as a choreographer for theatre (Old Vic, National Theatre, Royal Court), opera (La Scala/ROH Dido and Aeneas, Acis and Galatea), film (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Tarzan, Fantastic Beasts 1 & 2, Sing, Mary Queen of Scots), music videos (Radiohead, Atoms for Peace, The Chemical Brothers), fashion shows (Gareth Pugh at London Fashion Week 2017), and TV (Brit Awards opening performance 2016, Paloma Faith’s Brit Awards performance 2015). Some of the long list of artists who have partnered with McGregor through more than twenty years of collaborative multi-disciplinary work include John Tavener, Audrey Niffenegger, Jamie xx, Max Richter, Olafur Eliasson, Kaija Saariaho, Lucy Carter, Ben Frost, Jlin, Thom Yorke, Mark Wallinger, Random International, Jon Hopkins, John Pawson and Mark-Anthony Turnage.
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