Piano Spheres Presents Richard Valitutto: Thought and Desire

On Tuesday, Jan. 14, Piano Spheres, a nonprofit supporting compositions for new piano works, presents Thought and Desire by pianist Richard Valitutto (Music MFA 11) at Zipper Concert Hall in Los Angeles. Valitutto offers a program of 21st century piano solos, featuring works by composers George...

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CalArtians Present Fourth Annual Co-Incidence Festival

The fourth annual Co-Incidence Festival, a 10-day experimental music gathering at the Washington Street Art Center (WSAC) in Somerville, Mass., begins this Friday (Jan. 10). Seeking to expand the definitions of art, music and the traditional concert format, the festival was founded by...

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Year in Review: The Top 24700 Posts of 2019

As we approach the new year and prepare to usher in a new decade, take a look at the most popular 24700 posts of 2019.  CalArtians are among the artists selected for The Whitney Biennial, held May 17-Sept. 22 in New York. | Image: Ed Lederman School of Art CalArtians Among Artists Selected for...

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Essay by Anne LeBaron Published in Sound Scripts Journal

Sound Scripts, a blind-peer reviewed journal, specializing in new music and sound art recently published experimental composer, harpist and CalArts faculty Anne LeBaron’s essay Sonic Ventures in Post-Truth Surrealism: Raudelunas, the Rev. Fred Lane, and LSD: Huxley’s Last Trip. The essay is...

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Carla Lucero Revives 17th Century Poet with Opera Juana

Last weekend, Opera UCLA presented the world premiere of composer and librettist Carla Lucero‘s (Music BFA 86) chamber opera Juana at UCLA’s Freud Playhouse. Juana relates the tale of Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, a Hieronymite nun and feminist scholar in 17th century Mexico City whose daring...

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