Search Results for how

Didn't find what you were looking for? Refine your search!

Opera America Interview: “As One” – A True Voice for Trans Singers

...  the world has changed a lot since As One premiered. How have you seen those changes manifest, and have you seen people’s ...  people in society. Seven years ago, statistics from GLAAD showed that fewer than one out of 10 people knew someone who was trans. Now, 16 ...

Search again:

“A person embarking on a quest to find — and live — their truth”: “As One” Opera Hit Comes to London

...  and Kim's creative interaction blows me away to this day; how, together, but separately, they were able to give such a wonderful spirit ...  a believable and loveable character. I often wonder about how they actually wrote the libretto – I attribute nouns to Kim and verbs to ...

Search again:

Digital World Premiere of Kaminsky & Reed’s Hometown to the World, May 21, 2021

...  distinct aspects of the larger community – and how they come to terms with their grief and loss, ultimately envisioning a path ...

Search again:

Film of “Rising Tide: The Crossroads Project” is Released, Presented by NOVA

...  University physicist who also explores the dynamics of how science is communicated; composer Laura Kaminsky and artists including ...

Search again:

IHeartRadio Interviews Kaminsky: Transgender Stories on the Operatic Stage

Opera Memphis Interview | 34:34 Pride Month may be drawing to a close, but it is never too late to watch Opera Memphis Music Director Michael Sakir interview composer Laura Kaminsky! Posted by Opera Memphis on Tuesday, June 30, 2020  ...

Search again:

Disruptive Stages Interviews Laura Kaminsky About “As One”

...  America. We discuss the genesis of her landmark work and how an artist can expand the narrative of the human experience we see and hear ...

Search again:

Pull Quotes – Laura Kaminsky

...  evoke pretty much whatever emotion she chooses. Her style shows influences and echoes from classical forms, jazz, pop, minimalism all ...  new sonic possibilities with economical resources. shows a blessed willingness to write dramatic music with a strong rhythmic ...

Search again:

Reviews – Laura Kaminsky

...  of resilience to begin anew, all packed into a two-hour show. February strings together nostalgia, life experiences, and hope into a ...  her contact with life in Africa, where the sense of how events move through time is so different from ours, and her piece engaged ...

Search again:

Kaminsky/Campbell/Reed’s Third Opera, Today It Rains, Inspired by Georgia O’Keeffe, Previews at UC Santa Cruz

...  grand genre and subject matter. It also begs a question: How to portray in music, words, and visual design the American modernist’s ...

Search again:

As One Press

...  at San Diego Union-Tribune (11/11/17) ... this show chooses to have what is happening lived in front of you, instead of ...  Who Don’t Play by the Rules Perhaps the greatest show of strength is the ability to remain true to one’s identity in the face ...

Search again:

Female Composers are Making Great Strides. The Classical Music World Isn’t Helping Them.

...  of the past, something to be chuckled over to demonstrate how far we’ve come, but I can’t. It ran in the well-known British ...

Search again:

Opera America Magazine’s “My First Opera” Column Features Kaminsky and Treemonisha

...  guitar, dance — and weave them into a "variety show" that we'd put on for my parents on Saturday nights. What I liked most ...

Search again:

Santa Fe Opera and San Francisco Opera Leads Consortium to Commission New Opera by Kaminsky, Reed

...  at OPERA America and Legendary at Fort Worth Opera; the shows Girls on HBO, Love on Netflix, and The Middlesteins on Showtime; the play The Model American at Williamstown Theatre Festival, and the ...

Search again:

Creative Arts Initiative at SUNY At Buffalo Present Kaminsky, Allan in Artist’s Residency at Burchfield Penney

...  Kaminsky and visual artist Rebecca Allan will discuss how music, art and literature link during a 2 ½-day residency with workshops ...

Search again:

Kaminsky’s Remarks Upon Receiving the CMA/ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming

...  must be measured through a monetary economy – and somehow, in our society, there’s an implication that the not-for-profitness of it all is bad – that somehow this human endeavor that isn’t about money has no value. To my mind, ...

Search again: