Colleen presents a solo performance and discussion of Strength & Sensitivity at the WFM conference hosted by the International Alliance for Women in Music and Feminist Theory & Music. Friday, June 7, 12:20pm in the David Friend Recital Hall at Berklee College of Music.
The touring production of Strength & Sensitivity kicks off in celebration of Women’s History Month and the United Nations’ HeForShe Arts Week 2019. Colleen produces the show in partnership with Kadence Arts. Featuring a world premiere by Victor LaBozzetta and performances by several Boston artists. For more information, visit the S&S Tour page.
Colleen performs with indie pop singer-songwriters Hannah McPhillimy (Northern Ireland) and Rachel Austin (NYC) on their joint Winterspring US tour. Also joined by Noah Fishman on bass. Tix $5 students, $10 functional humans. More info available via Facebook:
Colleen produces a new version of her show, Strength & Sensitivity, as a keynote performance for the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre, and Dance’s Sexual & Gender-Based Harassment Awareness & Prevention Symposium. The performance will feature two world premieres, from Hannah McPhillimy and Colleen, alongside reflections on sexual violence and its effects on young people. Colleen will also join Carla Dirlikov Canales, Founder/Director of The Canales Project, for a special collaborative performance of the Hear Her Song project.
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Colleen performs the capstone recital for her Master’s in Chamber Music Performance degree. Program includes mixed ensemble works by Angélica Negrón, Tawnie Olson, Alice Ping Yee Ho, Cecilia Livingston, and Allison Loggins-Hull. FB event/RSVP here - livestream link available!
“O Canada! Part One”
The Percussion Ensemble looks at music from Canadian composers and performers. Celebrating "...the true north strong and free, from far and wide..." the Percussion Ensemble will perform works by Ann Southam, Dinuk Wijeratne, Steve Reich, Bob Becker, and more.
Free - no tickets required
The American Wild Ensemble performs on the SONICBernheim lecture/concert series, hosted at the Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest. AWE plays their newest commission: Audubon Sketches, a feature-length, open-form improvisatory composition by Chris Chandler, designed specifically to be performed outdoors.
Details + RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/388923051642359/