Emily Noe’s lithe, small frame bounds on to the floor, blonde locks tightly ligatured. As she rehearses Astor Piazolla’s Oblivion in a setting by DUO WINDS tm her frame becomes taught and expands to claim vertical space. As her body gracefully undulates, limbs gesture in to imply the geometric ownership of varied planes of space from within her original stance. The music climaxes, and her feet move quickly and exponentially seize horizontal space in tantalizing rhythms. Before the Solstice brings the waxing daylight, it must face the longest night-an oblivion captured on her small frame by the firey and complex synapses of acclaimed choreographer Emily Noe. See the premiere of her new work “Oblivion” set to the music of Argentinian sensation Astor Piazolla.
The rain descends before the sprout may begin its ascent, and the seed must be covered in complete darkness before it begins it’s ascent to the light. A young woman slumbers and her blanket, once at rest, now glistens opalescent in the captured sunlight of dawn. Awakenings of both plant and girl will be represented by the music of Oboist Erin Gitelssohn in her hypnotic interpretation of Felix Mendelssohn’s Adagio and dancer Laura Prada’s youthfully rhapsodic choreography to “X-Salada #001-Chancha Via Circuito”.
Trinity Episcopal Cathedral is located at North Bayshore Drive and the Venetian Causeway in Miami, next to the Marriott Hotel and across North Bayshore Drive from the Omni / Hilton Hotel complex. It is also conveniently located one-half block from the Omni Metro Mover and Bus Station.
Trinity Cathedral / 464 NE 16th Street, Miami, Florida 33132
Phone: (305) 374-3372
From the South, take I-95 and exit onto I-395 (SR 836) East towards Miami Beach. Take the Biscayne Boulevard/NE 2ndAvenue Exit and turn left (North) onto Biscayne Boulevard (US 1). Go to NE 15th Street and turn right and go one block to North Bayshore Drive and turn left. The Cathedral is on the right between NE 15th and NE 16th Streets, just before the Marriott Hotel.
From the North
Parking is available behind the building and may be accessed from either NE 15th Street or NE 16th Street. Additional parking is available at the Omni Garage (across the street) for a charge and metered spaces are available on NE 16th Street. Reduced rate parking is available in the Omni Garage for services on Sundays and at most major events at the Cathedral.
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