This event is open to Denison Students, Faculty and Staff. Advanced tickets are required.
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Additional performance at 8:15pm to 9pm EST
Every two years, Denison University’s Department of Music collaborates with musicians, composers, fine artists, dance artists, theatre, and creative people across genres to present the TUTTI Original Works Festival, a days-long celebration of original works. And in-between TUTTI Festivals, the Department of Music collaborates across the arts to bring you tiny TUTTI Festival, a 2-day event celebrating the arts with this musical term ‘TUTTI,’ taken from the Italian for all together.
“Tejido de Voces/Woven Voices” intertwines music and visual art created in response to literary texts in Spanish, English, and Ladino that speak to the experience of migration and cultural exchange. This common thread, by turns serious, whimsical, or metaphorical, resonates in the particular hues of each language. The show came into being also as an exchange of ideas across the different languages of artistic and academic disciplines at Denison, and includes musical works by Carlos Chavez, Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon, Alan Ridout, and David Serkin.
Ludwig Performers: Hanna Hurwitz - violin, Sam Reich -piano, Ron Abram - visual artwork, Monica Ayala-Martinez - narration and translation, Mary Beaton - narration.
Join us on Friday, March 5, for Day 1 of our tiny TUTTI Festival with Composers’ Collaborative Watch Party with Third Coast Percussion.