An Evening with Matana Roberts
- Steuben Hall, PS 200, Brooklyn Campus
- November 8, 2018 at 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Solo performance and artists talk
Matana Roberts is an internationally renowned composer, band leader, saxophonist, sound experimentalist and mixed-media practitioner. Roberts works in many contexts and mediums, including improvisation, dance, poetry, and theater. She made two records as a core member of the Sticks And Stones quartet and has gone on to release a diverse body of solo and ensemble work under her own name over the past decade. She is perhaps best known for her acclaimed Coin Coin project, a multi-chapter work of “panoramic sound quilting” that aims to expose the mystical roots and channel the intuitive spirit-raising traditions of American creative expression while maintaining a deep and substantive engagement with narrativity, history, community, and political expression within improvisatory musical structures.
Reception to follow.
Sponsored by the Graduate Media Studies Program and the Department of Humanities & Media Studies
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