Jan
28
7:30 PM19:30

Art | Song Salon: Prism, the Lens With Which We View Nature

Art | Song Salon would like to kick off the New Year with our first event of the year, "Prism: The Lens Which We View Nature." 

Following the talks in Paris addressing Climate Change, it seems clear that we will have to rely on one another's actions to turn the tide on climate change. 

To bring forth a rich dialogue through Art and Music, we are honored to have Stephan Crawford, founder for the Climate Music Project (http://www.theclimatemusicproject.org/) speak to his collaboration with climate scientists, musicians, and composers to create climate data-inspired music-- with hopes to educate and engage the public on the shifting tides of climate change and what it means for us. 

We are also excited to have Elizabeth Addison (http://elizabethaddison.com/), a current fellow of the Kala Art Institute in Berkeley talk about her nature and science-inpsired work as it relates to humankind. Her recent work are respond to a series of "big" dreams and their real-life locations. 

Throughout the evening, Jessica Wan, soprano, and Tim Eischens, piano, will perform an eclectic program of songs by Chausson, Hahn, and Strauss to offer us yet another perspective as we discuss how the role of Art inpsires action and awareness around this very important topic.

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Jun
13
8:00 PM20:00

Trinity Chamber Concerts: Songs by Toru Takemitsu

Excited to be a guest on this program!

An examination of the iconic Japanese composer through his chamber works, curated and performed by flutist Diane Grubbe, pianist Frank Johnson and guests. Largely self-taught but influenced by Debussy, Schoenberg, Messiaen and others, Takemitsu developed a unique style, blending elements of Western classical music and the sound of traditional Eastern instruments, in addition to serial music and musique concrete.

Trinity Chapel
2320 Dana Street, Berkeley, California

Admission prices for all concerts (unless otherwise noted):
$20 General
$15 Senior / Disabled / Student
No one will be turned away for lack of funds
To reserve a ticket call (510) 549-3864

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Feb
22
2:00 PM14:00

Little Weill Women in the Cities of Nets

http://www.goathall.org/

Join me and seven other plucky ladies in a Kurt Weill cabaret show presented by Goat Hall Productions. We'll take you on a journey along a path of Desolation and Despair as the characters from Alcott's Little Women join a band of ladies down on their luck and on the run, fleeing from city to city on the road to Redemption. Scenes from The Threepenny OperaStreet Scene, and The Rise and Fall of Mahagonny.

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Feb
21
8:00 PM20:00

Little Weill Women in the Cities of Nets

http://www.goathall.org/

Join me and seven other plucky ladies in a Kurt Weill cabaret show presented by Goat Hall Productions. We'll take you on a journey along a path of Desolation and Despair as the characters from Alcott's Little Women join a band of ladies down on their luck and on the run, fleeing from city to city on the road to Redemption. Scenes from The Threepenny OperaStreet Scene, and The Rise and Fall of Mahagonny.

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Jan
25
5:00 PM17:00

LIEDER ALIVE! Liederabend

http://liederalive.org/new/liederabend-series-201415/

I'll be singing with pianist Laura Dahl, violist Paul Yarbrough (Violist, Alexander String Quartet), and clarinetist Natalie Parker (Principal Clarinetist San Francisco Ballet Orchestra), in works by Schubert, Schumann, and Mahler. Composer Michael Kaulkin will write for us a new work for soprano, clarinet, viola and piano. The concert includes "Der Hirt auf dem Felsen" (The Shepherd on the Rock) and an arrangement of Mahler's "Wir geniessen die himmlischen freuden" (In heavenly pleasures we delight).

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Nov
20
7:30 PM19:30

Art | Song Salon: Power

http://artsongsalon.org/

Acclaimed painter Cindy Shih and I pair up to present internationally acclaimed installation artist Constantine Zlatev for a one-night only discussion of his "The Last Gun" installation. To inspire our discussion of power and its consequences, pianist Tim Eischens and I will present songs by Mozart, Schubert, and Strauss that look at power from a variety of perspectives: tragic, seemingly lighthearted, and reflective.

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Nov
16
2:00 PM14:00

Little Weill Women in the Cities of Nets

http://www.goathall.org/

Join me and seven other plucky ladies in a Kurt Weill cabaret show presented by Goat Hall Productions. We'll take you on a journey along a path of Desolation and Despair as the characters from Alcott's Little Women join a band of ladies down on their luck and on the run, fleeing from city to city on the road to Redemption. Scenes from The Threepenny OperaStreet Scene, and The Rise and Fall of Mahagonny.

We are running an Indiegogo campaign for this show - please consider supporting us! http://igg.me/at/goathall

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Nov
15
8:00 PM20:00

Little Weill Women in the Cities of Nets

http://www.goathall.org/

Join me and seven other plucky ladies in a Kurt Weill cabaret show presented by Goat Hall Productions. We'll take you on a journey along a path of Desolation and Despair as the characters from Alcott's Little Women join a band of ladies down on their luck and on the run, fleeing from city to city on the road to Redemption. Scenes from The Threepenny OperaStreet Scene, and The Rise and Fall of Mahagonny.

We are running an Indiegogo campaign for this show - please consider supporting us! http://igg.me/at/goathall

 

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