Visceral Dance Chicago joins the Chicago Philharmonic onstage with
world-premiere choreography by Nick Pupillo, set to Arvo
Pärt’s meditative Trisagion.
Across generations there are those who reach for the stars. Prolific Polish composer Grazyna Bacewicz achieved international acclaim with her magnum opus, the Baroque-inspired Concerto for Strings. Antonin Dvorak composed his charming Serenade just after the joyful birth of his young son, as the composer stood on the threshold of greatness. Mozart too, at only sixteen years of age, was already displaying incredible inventive genius in his Divertimento. And Chicago Philharmonic, defying expectations through unique local collaborations, welcomes back the “astounding ability“ (Chicago Stage Standard) of our friends at Visceral Dance Chicago, for Nick Pupillo’s astonishing choreography of Arvo Part’s Trisagion.