At midsummer in New Hampshire, do we not all long for a whiff of a cooler season and a different time? So - midwinter at the court of King Arthur. Eurythmy Spring Valley will take you on a journey back in time with a tale that draws us into the rich pageantry of the Arthurian legends. There’s celebration at Camelot when in rides a noble lady and tells of her woes with the giant of the northern waste who challenges Arthur to fight. And so Lady adventure visits and Arthur must ride forth.
Soon his life and honor are forfeited to a most loathly lady, and none of his gallant knights seem to be able to help him. Among other pieces surrounding the tale will be music by Brahms, Ligeti, Schostakovitch and a Verse by Rudolf Steiner.