NUMUS Northwest, a day-long event dedicated to the creation, performance, and experience of new music in Seattle, has announced their full schedule of sure-to-be inspiring performances, panels, talks, and community building!
10:30-11:30 Speed dating
- What’s Your Story? (Aaron Grad)
- Group Improvisation Session (Steve Treseler & Kaley Eaton)
- 9 Things to Facilitate Collaborative Composition (Jessi Harvey & Lena Console)
1:00-2:30 Lunch break
2:30-3:30 Concert: Cole, Cerrone, Cage
4:00-5:00 Workshops, talks, & demos
- Fundraising & Cultivating the Medicis of Today (Jeremy Jolley & Rose Bellini)
- Defying Boundaries (Lori Goldston)
- Making Room for the Muse (David Schneider)
5:00-6:00 Happy hour
6:00-7:30 Dinner break
8:00-10:00 Concert: Oliveros, Vasks, Arteaga, Nono, Bassingthwaighte, Hagen
Tickets are on sale here! $20 general admissions and students are free with ID at the door.
More about NUMUS Northwest
Where: Cornish College of the Arts, Kerry Hall
When: Saturday, January 28, 2017 from 9am-10pm
Who: You! Students. Friends. Colleagues. Musicians. Artists. Creators. People who don’t know they like this kind of music (yet!)
- Kerry O’Brien (Nief-Norf)
- Jim Holt (Seattle Symphony)
- Kevin Clark (New Music USA)
- Shaya Lyon (Live Music Project)
- James Falzone (Cornish College of the Arts)
- Maggie Stapleton (Second Inversion/Classical KING FM)
Why: Inspired by the New Music Gathering, the leadership team (many of whom have attended at least one NMG) has a strong desire to recreate the community-building, collaborative-natured, and artistically-stunning event with a focus on musicians and artists in the Northwest.
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