PEAK FREQUENCY PRESENTS: RE-ASSEMBLED AND EMBODIED

VAPA MUSIC

PEAK FREQUENCY PRESENTS: RE-ASSEMBLED AND EMBODIED - FLUTE MUSIC BY WOMEN IN PARALLEL EMPIRES

 

picture of space with faces of jane rigler and tessa brinckman floating in flowers


 


CHAPMAN FOUNDATIONS RECITAL HALL
SUNDAY, MAY 2, 2021 | 6:00PM
VIDEO PREMIERE
 

Join Jane Rigler and Tessa Brinckman on an interstellar voyage towards May 2, 2021. We’ll transport you to places we have always been: into the aquatics of our cells, nerves and bones— as we journey to the constellation of our stars, and dive into the work of Cecile Chaminade. Experience a live/recorded processing of flutes, and other objects, visual and trans-sonic hallucinations. It’s us, it’s her, it’s you, re-imagined.

This duodramatic performance-installation (funded by the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs Faculty Assembly Women’s Committee grant 2020-21) reassembles and reclaims a piece from the past (Sérénade aux étoiles by Cecile Chaminade) to address current cultural/economic crises of extraction vs. relationship, and our bonds to “empire.” What does it mean to serenade to, and not extract from, the stars?

UCCS students receive free admission. General admission tickets are $10, military and seniors are $8. For more information contact Glen Whitehead at gwhitehe@uccs.edu or Jane Rigler at jrigler@uccs.edu.
 


 

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