Expand AU Menu

College of Arts & Sciences Calendar

 

The John Cage Centennial Festival Washington, DC (Updated 9/6/12)

4:00 pm – 11:00 pm, Friday, September 7 (2012), Katzen Studio Theatre

  • Export to my Calendar

 zoom in


Join us on Friday, September 7, starting at 4 p.m. for a variety of lectures, percussion events, performances, and installations at the Katzen Arts Center. Our featured performers include Percussion Group Cincinnati and red fish blue fish, and a lecture by Thomas DeLio, author of The Amores of John Cage. The American University Museum will also be featuring John Cage’s STEPS, and attendees will have an opportunity to hear and see works by Ryan Bridge and Tamzin Ferré Elliott.

Download Program for John Cage Centennial, Sept. 7-8

In addition to the ticketed Percussion Concert at 7:30 with Percussion Group Cincinnati, Steven Schick, and red fish blue fish (at Katzen's Abramson Family Recital Hall), Friday free events include the following:

4:00 ILLUMINATIONs 3

(Katzen Abramson Family Recital Hall)

"Organic Structure in John Cage's Early Percussion Music"


5:00 Solo for Voice No. 15

(Katzen Rotunda)


5:30 Performances by Dustin Donahue and Bonnie Whiting Smith

(Katzen Studio Theatre)


6:30 Gallery Concert I

(AU Museum at the Katzen)

With Ross Karre, William Brent, Steve Schick, and Percussion Group Cincinnati


7:30 Percussion Concert, tickets required:
Percussion Group Cincinnati, Steven Schick, and red fish blue fish

(Katzen Abramson Family Recital Hall)



9:30 Gallery Concert II and Reception

(AU Museum at the Katzen)

With Ross Karre, Steven Schick, Bonnie Whiting Smith, Dustin Donahue with William Brent, Russell Burge, James Culley, Ben Toth, and Allen Otte


Type:
Performance
Host:
Performing Arts
Contact:
Katzen Arts Center Box Office
Send email to Katzen Arts Center Box OfficeSend email to Katzen Arts Center Box Office
Telephone202-885-ARTS
Event Website:
http://www.johncage2012.com