In the Press
Ensemble Eclectica’s “Around The World in 80 Minutes!” features local artists. Columbia Star. September 5, 2019
Ensemble Eclectica is an interdisciplinary artistic non-profit organization that brings together a 15-piece orchestra, live dance, visual arts, and media for an energetic performance. Led by artistic director, Suzanna Pavlovsky, the third annual Ensemble Eclectica’s production, “Around The World in 80 Minutes!” was held August 29 at The Hall on Senate Street.
We Could Have Danced All Night. Ensemble Eclectica showcases local talent in unique production. Columbia Star. September 7, 2018
The sold-out performance entitled “ We Could Have Danced All Night” took its audience through a unique experience of a simultaneously performed mixed-media production. The orchestra played while dancers danced and visual artists painted…“We Could Have Danced All Night” also took its audience on an international musical tour. Music representing France, Venezuela, Mexico, the United States, and Spain was performed by the Ensemble Eclectica orchestra.
How Ensemble Eclectica Hopes to Bridge Music, Dance and Visual Arts. Free Times. August 29, 2018.
Ensemble Eclectica doesn’t dig boundaries. Take the 15-piece ensemble’s upcoming concert, We Could Have Danced All Night. During the display, 15 ballroom dancers will swirl around the floor, accompanied by both new and old classical compositions, arranged and in some cases composed, by local musicians.
The New Ensemble Eclectica Seeks to Present a Broad Swath of Columbia Arts. Free Times. September 13, 2017
Grand ideas take great effort, as Ensemble Eclectica creator Suzanna Pavlovsky can attest. The Columbia-based musician and conductor has been working diligently for two years to bring this new multidisciplinary arts experience to Columbia.
Eclectica Ensemble Premiers Mid-Month. Midlands Anchor. September 2, 2017
Summer breaks from regular obligations allowed a broadly-talented local troupe of top-tier musicians time to compose new works, re-arrange beloved compositions and ready themselves to introduce Columbia and the Midlands to a brand new cultural experience...Musicians who are part of this new cultural initiative expressed excitement about the potential to introduce the capital city to a new way of experiencing music.
Winning Create-A-thon teams announced. The Daily Gamecock. November 15, 2017
The most anticipated award, at least for the nonprofits themselves, was the "Best Outdoor" award, which comes with a spot on a digital billboard at Assembly and Gervais streets. Diana Stevenson, CEO of Grace Outdoor, presented their award to Suzanna Pavlovsky, creator of Ensemble Eclectica.
SJMC students put talents to work for local non-profits. The Daily Gamecock. November 6, 2017
Ensemble Eclectica, a new experience created by Suzanna Pavlovsky that combines multiple forms of audio and visual art into one setting. For the students of CreateAthon, it was a blank slate they can help mold and bring to the attention of the local community.