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Thursday, January 31 - 6:30pm OPENING NIGHT AT THE LOEB
Thursday, January 31 - 6:30pmOPENING NIGHT AT THE LOEB
Join us for the opening reception of Modfest 2019 with a performance by the Vassar College Women’s Chorus featuring “Its Motion Keeps” by Pulitzer-Prize winning composer Caroline Shaw.
Frances Lehman Loeb Arts Center
Friday, Feb 1 - 7:00pm, 2019 FILM SCREENING: BABY DRIVER
FILM SCREENING: BABY DRIVER
A talented, young getaway driver relies on the beat of his personal soundtrack to be the best in the game. But after being coerced into working for a crime boss, he must face the music when a doomed heist threatens his life, love and freedom. With introduction by Vassar Assistant Professor, Tahirih Motazedian.
The Rosenwald Film Theater, Vogelstein Center for Drama and Film
Join us for an interdisciplinary workshop that will explore how the vocabulary of Viewpoints can be applied to music and performance. This workshop is open to current Vassar students and will be led by
The award winning Attacca Quartet presents the world premiere of String Quartet No. 6 by Richard Wilson and
Gabriella Smith’s Carrot Revolution. Smith’s innovative work was shaped by diverse influences including Bach, Joni Mitchell, Ligeti, Simon & Garfunkel, and traditions of bluegrass and Georgian folk music.
Wednesday, February 6 - 8:00pm WILEY, WINDY—ROLL AND FALL
WILEY, WINDY—ROLL AND FALL
Looking to invocations of weather in Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights, multidisciplinary artist Saski Plum Globig ’19 will stage a video and movement installation probing the boundaries of randomness and intention, chance and fate. Popular music and found-soundscapes will interrupt each other, dance will interrupt the everyday body, and caution will be thrown to the winds of extreme and quiet weather.