Apr 6, 2013
The final Time Stands Still concert concludes the festival-conference on Notation in Musical Practice, featuring works by Caroline Lucas, Adam Tinkle, Brian Robison, Will Redman, Ross Feller, Andrew Greenwald, Juraj Kojs, and selections from The Sagittal Songbook performed by An Exciting Event.
Notation is a rich, mutable, and complex area of musical practice, in which composition, theorization, writing, and performance overlap and converge. The “Time Stands Still” festival-conference brings together musicologists, performers, composers, and theorists to consider the nature of notation in the early 21st century. “Time Stands Still” combines talks, workshops, discussions, and performances. Paper sessions and roundtable discussions will be held on both days, all open to the general public.
“Time Stands Still” is part of “Music & Public Life,” a year-long campus and community-wide exploration, celebrating and studying the sounds, words, and spirit of music at the local, national, and transnational levels through concerts, workshops, gatherings, and courses, all designed to cross disciplines.
|Cost||$10 general public; $8 senior citizens, Wesleyan faculty/staff, non-Wesleyan stu|
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