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Caliban Dreams
Clark Suprynowicz
Clark Suprynowicz is a San Francisco Bay Area composer. Following residencies in recent years with the Berkeley Symphony and the Berkeley Opera, Clark has three major works forthcoming: Caliban Dreams (with writer / performer Amanda Moody, featuring tenor John Duykers) in a Berkeley Opera production; Tectonic, a commission from the Mill Valley Philharmonic, featuring readings by poet Jane Hirshfield. Machine, a new opera, with writer / director Mark Streshinsky, will premiere at the Crucible in Oakland in January 2012.
Amanda Moody
Jonathan Khuner (Conductor)
Melissa Weaver (Director)
Chad Owens (Production Designer)
John Duykers (Caliban)
Laura Bohn (Ariel)
 Aimée Puentes, Alexis Jensen and Scott Graff (The Furies)
July 30, 2011
In a world of dreams and enchantment, the shape-shifting Ariel toils to thwart Caliban's quest to reclaim his island, his love, and to murder the sorcerer, Prospero. A do-or-die battle of wits, wills and spells, and an inquiry into the mystical power of Grace.
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Caliban and Ariel live on an island born of Shakespeare's imagination, a magical, equatorial territory. The orchestra for this piece includes percussion instruments from around the world -- Berimbau, Quica, Kalimba, Guiro -- creating trancelike rhythms and a wide, colorful musical pallet. There are also arcs of harmonic movement, counterpoint, episodic structure, theme and development, evoking an innocent
world invaded and pervaded by a European Duke, Prospero.
Clark Suprynowicz
729 Arlington Ave.
Berkeley, CA 94707
clark@famousbrandmusic.com
510.473.5299
http://www.famousbrandmusic.com/
http://www.amandamoody.com/

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