The next 6:30 Concert Series is on Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at the Weidner Center. It is titled “Future/Primitive: Percussion & Technology,” and will feature UW-Green Bay Music’s Bill Salak as he explores intersections between the very old and very new, including Pulitzer-Prize-winner John Luther Adams’ “Wail” (with video by London-based video artist Natalia Jaeger), Eric Richards’ immersive “Finalbells,” and Alvin Lucier’s “Nothing is Real,” a visionary deconstruction of the Beatles for piano and amplified teapot. The concert and free and open to the public. More here.
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9 Jan, 2020