When:
Sunday, Nov 19, 2017 5:30p -
7:30p

Where:
First Parish Watertown
35 Church St
Watertown, MA 02472

Admission:
$12/cash

Categories:
Music, Performing Arts

Event website:
https://sonicliberationplayers.wordpress.com/concerts/

This program is a musical response to the current political atmosphere of this country. Music about the influence of money in politics (“Koch-aine”), socio-political breakdown (“He Got Dictators” and “The Fall of Empire”), violent racism (“Poem for Emmett Till”), and inconceivable misogyny (“Presidential Address”) reflect our feelings of anger, confusion, and despair. Cage’s joyous anarchistic “Apartment House, 1776”, a celebration of diversity and inclusion and Wolff’s “I Like to Think of Harriet Tubman”, a song of fierce determination to persist against odds, bookend the concert.

Program

I Like to Think of Harriet Tubman–Christian Wolff
Poem for Emmett Till–William Roper
Koch-aine–Jonathan Russ
The Fall of Empire (selections)–Frederic Rzewski
He Got Dictators–Mary Jane Leach
Presidential Address–Daniel Felsenfeld, NYC
Apartment House, 1776–John Cage

Share this event

Add to:

19/11/2017 17:30:00 19/11/2017 19:30:00 15 Sonic Liberation Players--"All Together Now" This program is a musical response to the current political atmosphere of this country. Music about the influence of money in politics (“Koch-aine”), socio-political breakdown (“He Got Dictators” a... First Parish Watertown, Watertown, MA 02472 Organizer Organizer e-mail false DD/MM/YYYY Reddit