Theatre Communication Group reviews THE SHIPMENT on OnthBoards.tv Mar 31, 2010

by Jessica

Theatre Communication Group's new blog posted a review of the experience of watching a film on OntheBoards.tv.

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Pictures from Morgan Thorson & Low's KEXP In Studio Mar 30, 2010

by Jessica

Low, Morgan Thorson and the performers in Heaven visited KEXP earlier today to perform a few songs and talk a bit about the show.

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OtB staffer at Theatre Off Jackson tonight and tomorrow Mar 30, 2010

by Jessica

Box Office Associate Erin Jorgensen is performing tonight and tomorrow as part of the closing week of Theatre off Jackson's Solo Performance Festival 4. Here's what the Seattle Weekly had to say about her:

"Erin Jorgensen is practically peerless in Seattle. Whether she's covering Johnny Thunders songs or collaborating with Caustic Resin's Brett Netson, she's a riveting force always worth watching.

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Laurie Anderson and Lou Reed choose THE SHIPMENT... Mar 30, 2010

by Jessica

...to be a part of the 2010 Vivid LIVE festival. Curated by different artists each year, the Sydney Opera House's festival is a mix of contemporary music, theater and visual arts.

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Morgan Thorson & Low on KEXP at 3pm tomorrow Mar 29, 2010

by Jessica

Mark your calendar, set an alarm or just leave KEXP on tomorrow until their In Studio at 3pm with Morgan Thorson, Low (Alan Sparhawk   and Mimi Parker) and the performers from Heaven.

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Rabih Mroue announced as winner of Spalding Gray Award Mar 29, 2010

by Jessica

Just announced: Rabih Mroue - performing artist based in Beirut - has just won the Spalding Gray Award. What is this?

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Mike's Song List for Speak & Sing Tomorrow! Mar 16, 2010

by Mike P

"Mike, what songs are you going to sing tomorrow at Speak & Sing Contemporary Karaoke Practice with Eric Fredericksen?" "Good question, Mike.

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Speak and Sing: The Practice of Everyday Living Mar 11, 2010

by Mike P

So I asked Eric Fredericksen, host of next week's Speak & Sing at On the Boards on St. Patrick's Day for any information he can divulge for what will happen or what we can do to prepare for his lecture.

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Songs to drink and sing to Mar 10, 2010

by Jessica

In case you're interested in leading the crowd through an Irish standard or a drinking song at next week's karaoke event, we've put together a quick list so that you can get to practicing.

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Reviews of Songs of Wars I Have Seen Mar 10, 2010

by Jessica

Here's what some local publications are saying about the past weekend at OtB:

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Seattle Chamber Players and Heiner Goebbels Mar 8, 2010

by Jessica

Zach Carstensen posted some more background on how Seattle Chamber Players came to find Heiner Goebbels and why this composer is making important waves in the contemporary art scene:

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Karaoke meets the Muppets Mar 8, 2010

by Jessica

Someone just posted this to the facebook event invite for Speak & Sing  next week:

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Songs of Wars I Have Seen Mar 6, 2010

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by Steve Peters

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War and Romance, Honey and Chickens Mar 5, 2010

by Monique

Last night, with so much to look at, listen to, and comprehend, I found myself ebb back and forth between both overwhelming curiosity and peaceful enjoyment. Listening to the music of Heiner Goebbels, performed by Seattle Chamber Players and Pacific Musicworks was a mind whirling treat.

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Songs of Wars I Have Seen Mar 5, 2010

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by Kate Ratcliffe

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Opera according to Bugs Bunny Mar 5, 2010

by Jessica

I'd like to take the opportunity of having opera in our theater to post a few short cartoons that shaped my understanding of opera.

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1943 Mar 5, 2010

by Tania Kupczak

Yesterday morning I got a phone call from my mother. She had received word from Austria that her cousin, a woman I called an aunt, had died. In 1943 my mother was 6 years old. She and the rest of my family had been moved out to the countryside after an Allied bombing of Innsbruck destroyed their apartment building and killed her sister.

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Seattle Times on Songs of Wars I Have Seen: "close to flawless" Mar 5, 2010

by Jessica

Michael Upchurch at the Times has this to say about Heiner Goebbels Songs of Wars I Have Seen:

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PICA on "Art From the Comfort of Your Home" Mar 4, 2010

by Jessica

Our friends down at the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (PICA) recently posted on their blog about the NEA's recent findings about attendance to the arts.

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"Something Weird This Way Comes" Mar 4, 2010

by Jessica

Yesterday Brendan Kiley began trying to piece together Goebbels and what will be happening onstage this weekend:

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Interview with Heiner Goebbels Mar 3, 2010

by Jessica

Once you've read the beginnner's guide and then followed up with the aesthetics of Heiner Goebbels

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ArtDish and Gathering Note review Icebreaker concerts Mar 3, 2010

by Jessica

Igor Keller from ArtDish came to the entire series of 5 concerts last weekend. His thoughts at the end of it all "...very often miraculously good." Read the comprehensive review.

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Meet the conductor, Anu Tali Mar 3, 2010

by Jessica

Anu Tali is a world-class conductor (she's got cred)  who has been travelling the world to lead Songs of Wars I Have Seen and is in town right now with Heiner Goebbels helping put together the show for this weekend.

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New Music Disaster Averted Mar 3, 2010

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by Byron Au Yong

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"It's like we live in a real city" Mar 3, 2010

by Jessica

Michael van Baker at the SunBreak posted a review of Icebreaker and a quick preview of Songs of Wars I Have Seen this weekend. How to sum it all up? How about this:

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Songs of Wars I Have Seen in rehearsal Mar 2, 2010

by Jessica

Our building is FULL of musicians and singers getting ready for the weekend. I can't think of a time that I've seen so many instruments and music stands out on the stage and know that a couple coworkers are thinking the same thing.

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The Aesthetics of Heiner Goebbels Mar 2, 2010

by Jessica

So you've read the beginner's guide to Heiner Goebbels. What next? A short essay on the aesthetics of this composer. Dr. Kersten Glandien delivered this paper at a School of Sound symposium in 2005 and then made it available online.

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Video from Pacific Musicworks Mar 1, 2010

by Jessica

In a few days we'll get to see the result of Pacific Musicwork's collaboration with visual Claire Cowie. In the meantime, here's a video from their William Kentridge collaboration.

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A beginner's guide to Heiner Goebbels Mar 1, 2010

by Jessica

Heiner Goebbels is a rockstar of composing.

We've used a lot of descriptions in our text like "titan"  and  referred to him around our office as the "Jan Fabre of the composing world." But just who is Heiner Goebbels? Here are the top 5 things you need to know:

1. He was a member of an 80s avant rock band called Cassiber.
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Seattle Chamber Players | Kafka Fragments Mar 1, 2010

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by Stuart McLeod

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