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THE UNSUNG TORSOS: AN OPERA IN THIRTEEN PARTS by Julia Christensen and Sarah Paul

17 Oct

Performed by Christensen, Paul, and WAM! (Women and Art Music Ensemble)
Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio
Saturday, October 30th
7PM: Reception
8PM: Performance

Music, video, and poetry converge in an original sonic narrative that celebrates the spirit of the innocent victims of the notorious 1930’s Cleveland “Torso Murders.” Experience the beauty and drama of this new, MOCA-commissioned multimedia opera written and performed by artists Julia Christensen and Sarah Paul, with contributions from the Women and Art Music Ensemble (WAM!) of Oberlin Conservatory.
Tickets: $5.  Free for MOCA and Spaces members, and free for college students.  Call 216.421.8671 ext. 71 to reserve your tickets, or click this link: http://www.mocacleveland.org/moca_mail_F10101210.html

Part Two: Edward Andrassy, video still.   Videos for the performance were made by Christensen on a residency at the Experimental Television Center in upstate New York.

 
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Posted by on October 17, 2010 in Art Openings and Exhibitions

 

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