“I’ll see you again in 25 years,” said Laura Palmer to Agent Dale Cooper in the final episode of David Lynch’s Twin Peaks. This May, just over a quarter-century later, fans can hope to find that promise fulfilled, when the surreal cult TV series finally returns to the small screen. To celebrate the relaunch, on May 30 the Dover Quartet previews selections from Twin Peaks Fantasy – a new work-in-progress by Daniel Schlosberg that draws on Angelo Badalamenti’s original Grammy Award-winning score – as the centerpiece of a special performance at downtown New York City hotspot Le Poisson Rouge. Rounding out the all-contemporary program are quartet arrangements of Badalamenti’s own, haunting Snapshot from Prague and other excerpts from his atmospheric Twin Peaks score, together with two recent commissions for the Dovers that share something of its distinctive ambience: Pale Blue Dot, David Ludwig’s depiction of Earth as seen from deep space, and Plan & Elevation (The Grounds of Dumbarton Oaks) by Pulitzer Prize-winner Caroline Shaw.
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