Anthony R. Green
Society for New Music and the Department of Art and Music Histories host this afternoon concert of “Repair” works by Cunningham (I Told You); Garrop (Glorious Mahalia); and Green (Collide-oscope IV; Hush of Nightfall; chaimo la Morte).
New music always reimagines, and this program of compositions by four composers includes music that revisits justice and identity, pushing society and self to new, reimagined wholeness, — especially well suited to the reimagining that accompanies “repair” work. This music revisits old stories, reconnects identities in new ways, referencing the past but moving forward, all speaking to the common urge to “fix what’s broken.”
This concert is free to all SU students, faculty & staff with valid ID as part of this year’s Syracuse Symposium on “Repair.”
Find additional ticket information at the Society for New Music website.
This event was first published on November 23, 2022 and last updated on February 14, 2023.
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- Humanities Center
- ASL Interpretation
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