William Schuman Award Concert honoring Pauline Oliveros
Saturday, March 27, 2010
Deep Listening: Lear (1988) (CD recording)
Fed Back II (1966) (audio playback)
Sounds from Childhood: Sonic Meditation (1992) (for audience participation)
The Gender of Now: There but not There (2005)
Variations for Sextet (1960)
Who’s Playing What (2010)
Bye Bye Butterfly (1965) (audio playback)
The Inner / Outer Matrix (2007)
IO and Her and the Trouble with Him: A dance opera in primeval time (2001) (video excerpt)
Oracle Bones: Mirror Dreams (2009)
Lunar Opera: Deep Listening For_Tunes (2000) (video excerpt)
Ghostdance (1995) (video excerpt)
Njinga the Queen King: Return of a Warrior (1993) (video excerpts)
THIS EVENT HAS ALREADY OCCURED IN A PREVIOUS SEASON!
Columbia University School of the Arts William Schuman Award recognizes the lifetime achievement of an American composer. Carol Becker, Dean, honors composer Pauline Oliveros as the eighth recipient of the Award. Drawing on her experiences in improvisation, electronic music, ritual, teaching, and meditation, this marathon concert pays tribute to her pioneering work and breadth of vision and features an all-star lineup of performers.
This performance is approximately 3.5 hours, including two intermissions.
Click here to read this concert's full program notes.
photo by Terry Meier
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