Chatter: Steve Reich by Jesse Tatum flute, David Felberg violin, Alexis and Hovey Corbin marimbas
Chatter weaves together traditional and contemporary chamber music in programs that include a reading by our poets/speakers of the morning, Tina Carlson, Stella Reed, and Katherine DiBella Seluja.
Steve Reich: Vermont Counterpoint, Violin Phase, Marimba Phase, Clapping Music The greatness of Steve Reich is a given. His reputation as a prime originator in contemporary music is more or less etched in stone. In the 1960s and ’70s, he found a rigorous solution to a pressing challenge…[continue reading here]
Performed by: Jesse Tatum, flute; David Felberg, violin; Alexis and Hovey Corbin, marimbas
$15 reg // $9 under-30 and students // $5 under-13
Winner of the Southwest Writers Poetry Award, Katherine DiBella Seluja is a nurse poet who is transposes both personal and professional healthcare experiences into poetry and prose. Katherine studied classical piano for 15 years in her childhood and adolescence and attributes much of the lyricism and rhythm in her writing to this early musical training.
Tina Carlson is an Albuquerque poet and psychiatric nurse practitioner. Her poems have been previously published in Bosque as well as Blue Mesa Review, The American Journal of Nursing and The Best of Kore Press 2011. She was a semi-finalist in the Philip Levine Poetry Contest in 2014. Her manuscript Ground, Wind, This Body will be published in 2017 by UNM Press
Stella Reed has been published in magazines and anthologies nationally and in Australia most recently in The Taos Journal of International Poetry and Art, Josephine Quarterly, and Slipstream. She is the Development Coordinator and a teacher for the WingSpan Poetry Project that brings weekly poetry classes to residents in shelters in Santa Fe and is a teaching artist for El Otro Lado at the Academy for the Love of Learning.
2018-07-14 0:00:002018-07-14 12:00:00America/DenverChatter: Steve Reich by Jesse Tatum flute, David Felberg violin, Alexis and Hovey Corbin marimbasAnother amazing event at SITE Santa FeMarlene Nathan Meyerson AuditoriumSITE Santa Feinfo@sitesantafe.org
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