Musicians’ Voices: Adversity and Innovation in the Time of COVID
Co-presented with Classical Movements as part of their “Musician’s Perspective” Series
We are now beginning to slowly emerge from a pandemic that has changed our lives, our industry, and our relationship with technology forever. What have we gained? What gifts did we find? What will we take with us or leave behind?
Join us for a free 90-minute conversation with five orchestra musicians—brought to you by Classical Movements and led by moderator Alexander Laing. They’ll consider a range of topics centered around the lifelong commitment to making music, whether in person or in isolation.
Moderator: Alex Laing, Principal Clarinet, The Phoenix Symphony
Musicians: Kristen Bruya, Principal Bass, Minnesota Orchestra; Jauvon Gilliam, Principal Timpani, National Symphony Orchestra; David Kim, Concertmaster, Philadelphia Orchestra; Lauren Roth, Concertmaster, Tucson Symphony Orchestra and Faculty, Prague Summer Nights; Amanda Stewart, Associate Principal Trombone, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra
Preface and Introduction: Neeta Helms, President, Classical Movements
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This webinar is made possible by American Express, the Baisley Powell Elebash Fund, Ford Motor Company Fund, the Howard Gilman Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and The Wallace Foundation, as well as, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.