This is a video excerpt from Quattro Maggiore: Adi Da Samraj per Vivaldi, performed by the Florence Dance Company on July 9, 2013 at the Bargello National Museum in Florence.
The choreography (by director Keith Ferrone) takes the dancers through four inspired selections of Vivaldi's masterpiece, Quattro Maggiore (The Four Seasons). The four changes of season are accompanied by changes in the colors of Adi Da's Image-Art, costumes, and lighting.
Quattro Maggiore: Adi Da Samraj per Vivaldi will be featured in an upcoming video release and will be further developed for performances in 2014.
A retrospective of Adi Da's monumental size art. Includes clips of Him talking about His work. Also includes slides from various exhibitions and some quotes about Adi Da's art from an art critic, art historian, and museum curator.
Slideshow of Adi Da's Image-Art, images of Avatar Adi Da, images from the Florence Dance Company's Quattro Maggiore (The Four Seasons) and Divina.com, and a selection of art from the Spiralled Light blog.
The soundtrack is Mul Mantra by Snatam Kaur (available on the Rising Sun album from Spirit Voyage Artists).
Keith Ferrone, director of the Florence Dance Company, introduces the ballet, Quattro Maggiore ("Four Seasons"): Adi Da Samraj for Vivaldi, in a packed auditorium with 1,300 guests, on January 30, 2010. Music by Vivaldi, art by Adi Da. The performance is in celebration of the 125th Anniversary of the newspaper, 'Il Resto del Carlino'.
Slide show of this stunning ballet, Quattro Maggiore ("Four Seasons"): Adi Da Samraj per Vivaldi, which combines The Florence Dance Company, the Image-Art of Adi Da Samraj, and the music of Vivaldi's Four Seasons.
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