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Tomorrow: Nadia Shpachenko performing "The Poetry of Places" at CSUF


Wednesday, June 28, 7:30 pm Pacific Time
CSUF Performing Arts Center, Recital Hall
Free Admission

Also, InterArt Collaborative Projects Workshops from 3-6 pm


Dear friends and colleagues!

If you are in town and are free tomorrow night (Wednesday, June 28 at 7:30 pm), I would be thrilled to see you at my "Poetry of Places" Recital at Cal State University Fullerton!

Please see full information below.

All my very best and have an amazing summer!
Nadia

California State University Fullerton New Music presents:

The Poetry of Places: InterArt Collaborative Projects
Summer Symposium 3-6PM
Concert 7:30 PM
Cal State Fullerton School of Music
June 28th, 2017
Room 120, Recital Hall
CSUF Performing Arts Center
3-9PM
Free and open to the public
http://www.fullerton.edu/arts/aboutus/visitors.php

Guest artists present The Poetry of Places, Image-Music-Text, SONIC VISION: Nadia Shpachenko, pianist and Jack Van Zandt, composer
Cory Hills, percussionist and Pamela Madsen, composer
Carolyn Yarnell, composer, visual artist

3PM Nadia Shpachenko, pianist and Jack Van Zandt, composer present "Telling a Story with Music: Sí an Bhrú and The Poetry of Places"

4PM Cory Hills, percussionist and Pamela Madsen, composer present "There will come soft rains-NEA Multidisciplinary Art Work Project"

5PM Carolyn Yarnell, Composer/Visual Artist presents "SONIC VISION: Visual and Musical depictions of Landscape and Light"

6PM Dinner Break Reception for Guest artists and CSUF Students

7:30PM Concert-Poetry of Places, Nadia Shpachenko, pianist

"The Poetry of Places” is a program of newly-written works inspired by architecture. These are piano and toy piano works (with singing), with electronics and multimedia (video) featuring composers Amy Beth Kirsten, Hannah Lash, Pamela Madsen, James Matheson, Harold Meltzer, Lewis Spratlan, and Jack Van Zandt. These newly-written compositions are inspired by diverse buildings: American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore, Aaron Copland’s House, Montserrat Monastery in Spain, House on Island in Pine Plains, NY, Frank Gehry’s IAC Building in Manhattan, Louis Kahn’s National Assembly Buildings in Dhaka, Bangladesh, and Newgrange Ancient Temple in Ireland.

"The sextet of accomplished composers worked with solitary houses on lakeside islands, an anomalous monolith in Dhaka, the world’s oldest extant building, the complex interior of Aaron Copland’s home, and a unique art museum. How these composers conceived these structures in sound, whether giving them literal measurements or spiritual ideas – that was the challenge of this music, nearly all of it dedicated to Ms. Shpachenko herself. They couldn’t have chosen a more apt executant… Ms. Shpachenko played not only these six very different concepts, but she added a toy piano and – in a beautiful croon – her own voice… The result was something magical, a vision which transcended building and, like any art, put us in the mood… truly original… mysterious and touching…"
Harry Rolnick, ConcertoNet.com

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