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Ziporyn and The Ambient Orchestra received a standing ovation after the sixth movement of the second symphony, “V2 Schneider,” Ziporyn walked off the stage and came back after the applause to introduce the encore of a “more modern” version of Bowie’s 1983 hit “Let’s Dance.”
Crescendoing “Ahs” opened the song along with synchronized bow movement among the violists and violinists.
“The encore was phenomenal. I was mostly singing along to the other charts throughout,” Frank Casados of Roslindale said.
The idea for the concert originated in the days after Bowie’s death, Ziporyn said.
Ambient Orchestra trombonist Randy Pingrey said that decision to play wasn’t difficult.
“I knew Glass’ music and I knew Bowie’s music. The choice was easy – I had to do it,” Pingrey said. “Kudos to Evan for getting people together to do a really good thing…the fact that it was all for a good cause was awesome.”
Minjin Chung, first-year New England Conservatory graduate student, said she attended the performance to support her friends in the orchestra as well as to celebrate Bowie’s life.
“Bowie taught me how to be more brave in my own music. I appreciated how much he experimented,” Chung said.
Photo by Alex Melahrono