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EAR | EYE – Listening and Looking, Contemporary Music and Art

Friday, Sep. 11, 2020 • 7:00 pm
Cost
Free
Location
Online
Audience
Adults, Members

In partnership with the doctoral program at Bowling Green State University’s College of Musical Arts, TMA presents an ongoing performance and discussion series, now in its sixth year, that explores the relationship of contemporary music and art through music performances in response to specific works of art. For the remainder of 2020, EAR|EYE will be presented virtually on TMA social media channels with music performed by BGSU College of Musical Arts doctoral students paired with contemporary art from the TMA collection. EAR|EYE is supported in part by the Dorothy MacKenzie Price Fund.

(whispering) 2020

Hong-Da Chin, composer

Spiegel (2010) Jauma Plensa, sculptor

Realization by Michael Laurello and Marilyn Shrude

Audio and video production – Michael Laurello

DMA Program Assistant – Curtis Biggs

College of Musical Arts DMA Program Coordinator – Marilyn Shrude

College of Musical Arts Manager of Recording Services and Technical Engineer for the MidAmerican Center for Contemporary Music – Michael Laurello

Toledo Museum of Art Manager of Programs – Collin Stegeman

DMA Performers: Claudia Aizaga, Sandra Coursey, Jonathan de Oliveira, Mickey Emch, Nick Fox, Adam Har-zvi, Joshua Heaney, David Munro III, Katherine Pracht Phares

With thanks to the following: College of Musical Arts of Bowling Green State University and MidAmerican Center for Contemporary Music