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November 2021

The Phoenix Project — Art in the time of climate emergency (second performance)

November 14, 2021 @ 7:30 pm
Bodyvox Theater, 1201 NW 17th Avenue
Portland, OR 97209 United States
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The Phoenix Project -- Jennifer Wright

Two years in the making! This dramatic multimedia response to global climate emergency brings together composer/pianist Jennifer Wright on her deconstructed Skeleton Piano with the students of Jennifer Wright Piano Studio on an army of Transmogrified Instruments: 15 mega-sized sound sculptures made entirely of trash, designed and built by the students themselves! These shows will be carbon-negative: one tree will be planted for every member of the audience and crew (over 400) through Trees For The Future...

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December 2021

Fierce Fabulous and Fully Coiffed

December 10, 2021 @ 7:00 pm
Clinton Street Theater, 2522 SE Clinton St.
Portland, OR 97202 United States
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Drag queens! Rants! Jazz! Tragedy! Comedy! Confetti! Double entendres! More wigs and sequins than you’d ever thought could be gathered into one place! Join us for a fantabulous romp celebrating the undeniable gloriousness of the multifaceted contributions that the LGBTQ+ community has made to world culture since the dawn of entertainment!

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Presentation by Daniel Brugh — “An Elephant Concert”

December 13, 2021 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Free
Daniel Brugh Playing Theremin

"From my new studio, WaterFall Studio, I will be sharing a number of new works, new videos, and a performance in realtime on the Korg Kronos workstation. There will also be a special guest performer that you will not want to miss."

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Deadline for Call for Papers, Presentations, etc. for June 2022 IAWM international conference

December 19, 2021 @ 11:59 pm
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January 2022

Presentation by Dr. Lisa Neher — Designing Collaborative Processes

January 10 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Free
Lisa Neher

On the surface, collaboration seems ubiquitous in classical music. After all, it is an art form that involves many artists (composers, singers, instrumentalists, conductors) coming together to create a musical whole. But if we dig a little deeper how collaborative, ARE our processes of working together? How do we communicate our artistic visions and desires, and how do we respond to the needs of others? All too often, our art form leaves little time or space for true collaboration...

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