Ice Music

Produced and photographed by Brooks de Wetter-Smith
Composed by Lowell Libermann
Choreographed by Carey McKinley

Ice Music is a multimedia work for chamber music ensemble, video, and dance. It creatively explores various aspects of ice — its structure, power, fragility, and interaction with animal life and human presence.

Brooks de Wetter-Smith, flutist, photographer, videographer, and video editor, is active internationally as a recitalist, concerto soloist, and masterclass teacher. In addition to his music accomplishments, he is a published photographer whose photographic and videographic exploits have taken him around the world.


Friday, September 12, 2014 at 8:00pm
Saturday, September 13, 2014 at 8:00pm


Mandela Auditorium

FedEx Global Education Center

Lowell Liebermann is one of America’s most frequently performed and recorded living composers. Called by the New York Times “as much of a traditionalist as an innovator,” Mr. Liebermann’s music is known for its technical command and audience appeal.

Carey McKinley, MFA, is a dance artist based in Boston, MA. As an avid collaborator and connector, her artwork and productions meld dance, visual art, theatre and experience.

Part of the 10×10 series of commissions by Carolina Performing Arts

Above: an image from Ice Music, photographed by UNC Professor Brooks de Wetter-Smith

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