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Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Enjoy these excerpts from Yellow Barn Patio Noise.

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Seth Knopp and Osvaldo Golijov:
"so far, but yet so close"
Osvaldo Golijov's Tenebrae and James MacMillan's Angel
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Osvaldo Golijov:
Creating a family of ancestors for each piece

Seth Knopp and Tony Arnold:
Homesickness and interpreting a composer's sense of place
Shostakovich's Seven Romances on Poems of Alexander Blok
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Seth Knopp and Lucy Shelton:
Music making an argument for its own transcendentalism
John Cage's Solo for Voice 43
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Lucy Shelton:
Deciphering and performance John Cage's Solo for Voice 22
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Lizzie Burns and Lucy Fitz Gibbon:
Interpreting intimacy in a time of distance; Action and memory in Joyce and Goethe; Shedding light on gender relations
Amy Beth Kirsten's yes I said yes I will Yes.
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Seth Knopp and dancer/choreographer Daniel McCusker:
How do we talk to an audience in a way that redefines meaning?

Daniel McCusker:
Interpreting Merce Cunningham dances from the time of John Cage

Travis Laplante, with Seth Knopp and Bonnie Hampton:
Composing and interpreting The Obvious Place, improvisation and the meaning of performance
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Natasha Brofsky, John Myerscough, Laurence Lesser, and Aaron Wolff:
The experience of masks on, and masks off, for performers and listeners
The complete suites for solo cello by J.S. Bach
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Bonnie Hampton, Gabriel Martins, and Aaron Wolff:
The character of the Bach Cello Suites during this time
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John Myerscough, Lisa Kang, Michael Katz, Michael Kannen, and Laurence Lesser:
The Bach Cello Suites: Which movement and why?
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Seth Knopp:
Music is meant for everybody: The music - interpreter - listener continuum

Bonnie Hampton:
Kirchner's Piano Trio and the journey of exploring and performing a new piece of music

Eduardo Leandro:
Performing Lei Liang's Trans, integrating sounds from nature, and with an audience after months of isololation
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Seth Knopp and Gilbert Kalish:
Hearing Beethoven in Ives's "Concord" Sonata
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Stephen Coxe and Catherine Stephan:
Using Beethoven's autograph sketches and manuscripts for "Entstehung Heiliger Dankgesang" and an art installation

Alice Ivy-Pemberton, Emma Frucht, Roger Tapping, and Coleman Itzkoff:
Performing Beethoven's "Heiliger Dankgesang" with Stephen Coxe's "Entstehung Heiliger Dankgesang"
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