A cover Of Igor Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring by German Death Metal Band Golem.
Do you have an interpretation of The Rite of Spring, whether it be music, art, dance or otherwise? Submit it to The ReRite of Spring Project.
People think The Rite of Spring was a pagan Russian ritual, but Giorgio A. Tsoukalos, the foremost authority on “Ancient Astronaut Theory” knows that it was actually ALIENS!
Do you have a different take on The Rite of Spring? Submit yours here:
The ReRite of Spring Project
BE A PART OF HISTORY!
Attention Musicians, Artists, Dancers/Choreographers & the Creatively-Inclined! Create your own Rite of Spring-inspired works (remixes, artworks, videos, memes, anything you can dream up).
The artists who conceived The Rite of Spring broke all the rules and defied convention. Now, Pacific Symphony invites you to do the same.
Have your work presented at Pacific Symphony events!
Download free orchestral recordings of The Rite of Spring to remix!
Learn more about The Rite of Spring!
Be inspired by what others have done!
To inspire visual artists participating in Pacific Symphony’s ReRite of Spring Project (which invites the public to remix, reinterpret or re-imagine the iconic ballet in their chosen artistic medium), Orange County Museum of Art is offering a free Reinterpreting Masterworks Tour on Sunday, March 24, at 2 p.m. which explores their “Richard Jackson: Ain’t Painting a Pain” Exhibit. Get inspiration from Jackson’s
unique take on canonical works by: Jacques-Louis David, Edgar Degas, Marcel Duchamp, Jasper Johns, Pablo Picasso and Georges Seurat. Then create and submit your own Rite of Spring interpretation at www.reriteofspring.org
For details, further questions or to RVSP, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Thumper, the super-cool ski instructor gives advice for having a good time at the ballet. www.reriteofspring.org