Tuesday, May 16
7:00–8:00 p.m. PT
Inspired by O’Keeffe and Moore, this colorful musical program explores our shared humanity and our shared responsibility to care for each other and the world around us. Featuring the world premiere of an Art of Elan commissioned work written by San Diego composer Rand Singer.
The Divided Landscapes concert program features
- “The Light That Fills the World” by John Luther Adams
- “Pitying the Farmers” by Carlos Camacho (flute and percussion)
- “Island in the Sky” by Michi Wiancko (solo clarinet)
- “Grace” by Rand Steiger (flute, viola, harp, English Horn, electronics) *world premiere
Members $40 | Adults $50 | Military $45 | Senior $45 | Students $15
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This is a part of Art of Elan’s 16th season concert series called Landscapes. For the full schedule of concerts look here.
Interested in season tickets to the three-concert Art of Elan season at the Museum? Contact Lauren Mezta, Development and Membership Coordinator, at 619.696.1945 or firstname.lastname@example.org.