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Dialogues

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Tuesday, May 24, 2022, 8 pm
Marc Scorca Hall of the National Opera Center
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Dialogues 9

Composers Now presents Dialogues, hosted by Composers Now Founder/Artistic Director Tania León, on Tuesday, May 24 at 8pm in Marc Scorca Hall at the National Opera Center. Dialogues unite living composers, inspired performances and audiences culminating in a lively conversation about music, the arts, community and society.

For May 24, composers Lucía Caruso (with performer/producer Pedro da Silva), Amirtha Kidambi and Tamar Muskal (with visual artist/sculptor Daniel Rozin) showcase projects where their compositions are in collaboration with voice enhancement, MIDI, virtual reality and interactive digital technologies.

Covid Safety Protocols: Visit the venue's website for up-to-date Covid safety protocols: https://www.operaamerica.org/national-opera-center/covid-19-safety/

The event will also be live streamed for those who prefer to attend from other locations. Advance registration is required.

To read about the Dialogues initiative and past events in the series:
https://www.composersnow.org/cn/programs/dialogues/

 
May IMPACT Sessions

Judith Shatin Max Johnson

Judith Shatin
  
 
Thursday, May 5
12-noon

Max Johnson
 

Tuesday, May 31
12-noon 
 
All IMPACT events are FREE
 
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Composers Now launched IMPACT in December 2020. Each installment in this series offers a composer the opportunity to reflect on one's creativity, influences, pathways, and responsibility as a living artist in our ever-changing world. Designed for the virtual space, every session shares a composer's essential thoughts directly with you, the audience, in the safety and comfort of your own place.
 
These commentaries, interwoven with performance videos and other materials, articulate a creator's IMPACT.