Total Surrender

Total Surrender (premiere 2002) takes its title from a poem by Rumi while considering the possibility of a “mighty peace” rather than conflict. The first rehearsal for Total Surrender began on September 11, 2001 and evolved as a daily journal, chronicling Mr. Pimsler’s response to a changed world. The accompanying musical score, Peaceable Kingdom, was created by nationally recognized composer Ingram Marshall.

A work that grows more complex and profound with each viewing.
-Star Tribune