You like new music? Then you’re going to love NUMUS Northwest.
Now in its second year, NUMUS Northwest is a day-long event dedicated to the creation, performance, and experience of new music in Seattle and beyond—and YOU can be a part of it. Save the date for Saturday, January 20 at Cornish College of the Arts’ Kerry Hall, and click here to RSVP.
Photo by Jim Holt.
NUMUS Northwest is now accepting submissions for workshops, panels, and performances from the Seattle new music community. Submissions are due by Friday, November 3 at 5pm PST.
Last year’s NUMUS featured workshops ranging from finding your muse to funding your art, telling your story, composing, collaborating, and the art of improvising—plus performances featuring music for flower pots, piano musings with live electronics, interactive sonic meditations, and more.
This year’s workshops and performances depend on YOUR proposals. Help fill NUMUS 2018 with innovative programs to challenge, engage, and inspire Seattle’s new music community. Click here to submit a proposal (you may submit multiple proposals).
Photo by Jim Holt.
More about NUMUS Northwest:
Where: Cornish College of the Arts, Kerry Hall
When: Saturday, January 20, 2017 from 9am-10pm
Who: You! Students. Friends. Colleagues. Musicians. Artists. Creators. People who don’t know they like this kind of music (yet!).
- Kevin Clark (New Music USA)
- James Falzone (Cornish College of the Arts)
- Jim Holt
- Shaya Lyon (Live Music Project)
- Kerry O’Brien (Cornish College of the Arts)
- Maggie Stapleton (Jensen Artists)
Why: Inspired by the New Music Gathering, the NUMUS leadership team strives to recreate the community-building, collaborative-natured, and artistically stunning event with a focus on musicians and artists in the Northwest.
Have questions? E-mail email@example.com. Plus, click here to subscribe for updates on the event.