From October 10 until November 4 William Kentridge and Philip Miller’s latest collaboration, Paper Music, a selection of films by Kentridge with music by Miller, will be exhibited at Carnegie Hall in New York. The event was recently featured on The Times 100, the New York Times’ top 100 cultural events happening this seasons and is one not to be missed!
Tickets and further event information are available here.
The exhibition will be part of the UBUNTU: Music and Arts of South Africa festival:
This capacious festival, organized by Carnegie Hall, sprawls over jazz, classical and indigenous music, including maskandi (known as the “Zulu blues“) and folk music from the country’s Cape region. The concerts include the New York recital debuts of the South African sopranos Pretty Yende and Elza van den Heever as well as a musical and theatrical evening conceived by the violinist Daniel Hope and a program of films by the artist William Kentridge, set to music by Philip Miller.