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E.g., 02/20/2019
E.g., 02/20/2019
Carolina Caycedo, Serpent River Book. Installation view at Selva Cosmopolitica Reunida. Claustro San Agustin Bogota, 2017. Courtesy: Patrimonio Cultural Universidad Nacional de Colombia.
Date
Feb 21
Venue
Feb 21

As part of Caycedo’s expansive and ongoing project Be Dammed, the Serpent River Book is a fluctuating publication that can be performed with, read in many directions, and used as a score or workshop tool....

Lizzi Bougatsos. Self–portrait, 2009. Donald Duck mask, fluorescent Nike sneaker, cross, aluminum bust, fencing jacket, shoe sole, liquid nails. 155 x 39, 5 x 77 cm.
Date
Feb 21
Venue
Feb 21

This program is in conjunction with Carolina Caycedo’s visit as a Gurvich Contemporary Art Project artist at the Henry Art Gallery. During her time there, Caycedo will engage in a range of programs that...

Mark Morris Dance Group
Date
Feb 21
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Feb 23, 2019
Venue
Feb 21
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Feb 23, 2019

Renowned for its amazing technical expertise, unique artistry and signature use of live music, the Mark Morris Dance Group and Music Ensemble has been called "the preeminent modern dance organization of our time" (Yo-Yo Ma)....

Atarraya, Performance. Courtesy of the artist.
Date
Feb 23
Venue
Feb 23

Visiting artist Carolina Caycedo invites the public to engage in an improvisational choreography of collective action and movement, using handmade fishing nets collected during Caycedo’s research in communities affected by dams and privatization. In conjunction...

Atarraya, Performance. Courtesy of the artist.
Date
Feb 23
Venue
Feb 23

Visiting artist Carolina Caycedo is joined by Associate Professor Joshua Reid for a discussion on water entities, bodies, geopolitics, and the convergence of Indigenous activism in both Caycedo’s onoing Be Dammed project and the activities...

Chamber Group: Frequency, “Sonata”
Feb 26

Frequency (violinist Michael Jinsoo Lim, violist Melia Watras and cellist Sæunn Thorsteinsdóttir) returns to the Meany stage for Sonata, a program examining the venerable chamber music form from different angles as each Frequency member...

Lizzi Bougatsos. Self–portrait, 2009. Donald Duck mask, fluorescent Nike sneaker, cross, aluminum bust, fencing jacket, shoe sole, liquid nails. 155 x 39, 5 x 77 cm.
Date
Feb 28
Venue
Feb 28

Lizzi Bougatsos is a visual and sound performance artist, writer, and sometimes actor who lives and works in New York City. She is the singer of the band Gang Gang Dance, which has been releasing...

Music of Today: DXARTS
Feb 28

Brand new works from Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS) and School of Music composers Ewa TrębaczDaniel Peterson, Wei Yang, Clayton Kinney and James Wenlock are presented along...

In the Heart of America
Date
Mar 02
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Mar 17, 2019
Venue
Mar 02
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Mar 17, 2019

By Naomi Wallace
Directed by Amanda Friou, 3rd year MFA director
March 6 - 17, 2019
Previews March 2 & 5

In the shadow of the Gulf War, a young Palestinian woman's quest to learn what happened...

Date
Mar 03
Venue
Mar 03

Piano Professor Robin McCabe produces this quarterly series highlighting music by composers affected by disaporas and migration, performed by top UW music students and special guests. This performance features music by Prokofiev, Stravinsky, Honegger,...

Concert and Campus Bands: Rituals and Reflections
Mar 05

The UW Concert and Campus Bands perform works by John Barnes Chance, Vincent Persichetti and others in their winter quarter concert.

Incantation and Dance, John Barnes Chance

Psalm for Band, Vincent Persichetti...

Date
Mar 06
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Mar 10, 2019
Venue
Mar 06
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Mar 10, 2019

This year’s annual Dance Majors Concert features new works from eleven choreographers exploring themes of uniqueness through movement. The artists implicitly and explicitly share their subjective experiences of the many sides of vulnerability, memories and...

Mar 06

In this new program, the Emerson Quartet explores three famous quartets written as elegies: Barber's Adagio, probably the most famous elegy ever written; Britten's third quartet and final work, completed on his death bed; and...

Modern Music Ensemble - Arnold Schoenberg: Pierrot Lunaire, Op. 21
Mar 07

The University of Washington Modern Music Ensemble, Cristina Valdés, director, presents Arnold Schoenberg’s ground-breaking 1912 melodrama Pierrot Lunaire, Op. 21...

Mar 08

David Alexander Rahbee conduct the University Symphony in a program of music by Strauss and de Falla and performances by winners of the UW Concerto Competition.

 

Richard StraussDon Juan, op.20 ...

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