New Music Gathering is an annual conference dedicated to the performance, production, promotion, support and creation of new concert music. This year, Flutronix will give a headlining performance, including new pieces from their latest evening length work, Discourse. Visit link for full schedule and more information.
Please join us for a virtual fundraiser on Facebook Live, Friday, July 31st from 7pm-10pm. The goal is to raise $10K for Black Lives Matter Greater NY, Strategy For Black Lives, Freedom March NYC, Warriors In The Garden. We have an amazing lineup of talented artists and impassioned speakers.
To donate toward our campaign, click here.
To find us on Facebook Live you can click on this link which will direct you to the stream.
We hope you can join us for this evening filled with Black Joy and resistance!
The Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry invites you to our second FarBar program, a live conversation about storytelling with three acclaimed practitioners. Widely known as a Grammy-nominated flutist, composer, and vocalist, Nathalie Joachim brings voices and personal stories to vibrant life in her recent immersive musical performance “Discourse,” in Chapel Hill, NC. Emily Lansana is a 20-year veteran of professional storytelling, one half of the nationally touring duo In The Spirit, and a longtime member of ASE, the Chicago Association of Black Storytellers. Jacqueline Stewart is the founder and director of the South Side Home Movie Project, as well as a UChicago professor of Cinema & Media Studies and director of Arts + Public Life. Each guest will share her storytelling practice, followed by a discussion exploring their intersections and differences and considering implications for collaboration. Viewers will be invited to pose questions and join the conversation.
Join us for the fourth episode of The Spark with Tift Merritt, featuring Nathalie Joachim and Allison Loggins-Hull of Flutronix. In this livestreamed series, Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter and UNC alumna Tift Merritt returns to Carolina Performing Arts to take us behind the scenes in artist-to-artist video interviews that delve deep into the creative process. On December 17, Tift will sit down with Nathalie Joachim and Allison Loggins-Hull of Flutronix, ingenious composers, musicians, and vocalists whose original works for flute, voice, electronics, and live drums feature their signature art pop sound.