“Seasons: From Sea to Summit” – Official Premiere – August 27th, 2022
August 27th, 2022 – 7pm
If you missed the live performance of Seasons: From Sea to Summit at The Floyd Center for the Arts on June 18th, filmed by MNF Productions, then be sure to join us for the Official Video World Premiere – August 27th, 2022 – 7 pm!
Watch along with the artists and other patrons while chatting with us about the show in real time!
Please enjoy following along with the Program at the link below:
For translations and detailed information, please see the Program Notes and Translations: https://issuu.com/jrlucasjr/docs/upda…
Rina Lucas of Staff & Palette is delighted to bring her vibrant visual arts exhibit of original oil paintings and poetry to the Falcon Gallery and honored to make her live performance debut on the Community Hall Stage at The Floyd Center for the Arts alongside composer and pianist Maestro Arshak Sirunyan with her dynamic multimedia production, “Seasons: From Sea to Summit”. The audience will be immersed in this feast for the senses as the artists’ musical performance winds its way through the seasons of the year and of life via images found in Rina’s paintings and poetry. Using a metaphor traveling from the ocean to the mountains, together Rina and Arshak will tell the story of going up as we go through each season. With a vocal performance spanning the globe and multiple genres set to incandescent piano accompaniment including original arrangements, this program is meant to pair with and further illuminate Rina’s visual art exhibit in the Falcon Gallery creating a truly one of a kind experience for concert goers. Arshak’s own piano compositions inspired by Rina’s work in poetry and paint bring each act to a climactic close in this cyclical journey. Both the stage and the gallery will be alive with sights, sounds, and sensations during the premiere of “Seasons: From Sea to Summit” that will leave the audience connecting to their own personal journey of rising.
Please enjoy a video walk through of the gallery exhibit created by Brandon Phillips, Office and Technology Manager, Floyd Center for the Arts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jLJ5k…