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EL CIMARRÓN


  • The Met Fifth Avenue, New York (map)
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DAVÓNE TINES, bass-baritone
EMI FERGUSON, flute
JONNY ALLEN, percussion
JORDAN DODSON, guitar (guest artist)
ZACK WINOKUR, director

Hans Werner Henze's El Cimarrón (The Runaway Slave) is a tour-de-force sonic onslaught based on the oral autobiography of Esteban Montejo, an Afro-Cuban slave who escaped bondage on a sugar plantation, survived in the jungle, fought for Cuban independence from Spain, and lived to tell about it all before dying at the age of 113. Henze's visceral score is a cry for freedom that transcends time and place—and a linchpin in Julia Bullock's vision for her season as Artist in Residence at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

AMOC’s performances as part of Julia Bullock's season as Artist-in-Residence at The Metropolitan Museum of Art are generously supported by Ellen Marcus & The James S. Marcus Foundation.

TICKETS / $55-$65

Earlier Event: April 10
AMOC IN CONCERT