Anthony Davis Residency at UCLA, Lectures

18
May
2017
Anthony Davis Residency at UCLA, Lectures

May 18, 2017 - May 19, 2017, 1:00 pm - 12:00 pm

Ethnomusicology Lab, B544 Schoenberg Music Buildin 445 Charles E Young Drive East, University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 90095, USA

Anthony Davis Residency at UCLA, Lectures

The UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, Department of Ethnomusicology
presents

ANTHONY DAVIS
Residency at UCLA, May 2017*


Thursday, May 18 – Schoenberg Music Building, Room B544
1:00pm – 2:50pm: Lecture: "The Trickster: The Recurring Role of the Trickster in the Operas of Anthony Davis: Dancing on the Cultural Divide, Playing with the Post-Modern, Retelling History:

Friday, May 19 – Schoenberg Music Building, Room B544
10:00am – 11:50am: Lecture: "Referentiality: Memory and Subtext: The Resonance in Cultural Memory. Creating Time, Place and Attitude"

*In addition to the lecturers, a piano recital by Anthony Davis is scheduled on Thursday, May 18 in the Ostin Ensemble Room 110A. Go to Anthony Davis piano recital for more information.

Anthony Davis, professor of music at the University of California, San Diego, is an internationally known composer of operatic, symphonic, choral, and chamber works. He is also known for his virtuoso performances both as a solo pianist and as the leader of the ensemble Episteme, a unique ensemble of musicians who are disciplined interpreters as well as provocative improvisers. As a composer, Davis is best known for his operas. X, The Life and Times of Malcolm X, which played to sold-out houses at its premiere at the New York City Opera in 1986, received a Grammy Nomination for “Best Contemporary Classical Composition” in February 1993. Opera News has called Anthony Davis “a National Treasure” for his pioneering work in opera.

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