World-renowned soprano Renée Fleming and composer Tod Machover (Director, MIT Media Lab’s Opera of the Future group) join composer and National Sawdust Co-Founder & Artistic Director, Paola Prestini, for an intimate Artist Development Workshop at National Sawdust. The conversation focuses on their artistic careers, as well as their roles as innovators in arts, health and community initiatives, including Renée Fleming’s Music and the Mind, which explores the power of music as it relates to health and the brain.
More than ever, our city needs a home that welcomes and celebrates music in all its forms and vibrancy, and that contributes to artists’ livelihoods. Match for Music: Double Your Donation to National Sawdust today to strengthen our resiliency and keep our doors open, digitally and in the future. Every dollar you contribute will be matched 1:1 by our Board Chair and President up to $300,000. We would be extremely grateful for anything you can do to help National Sawdust continue to connect us all through the gift of music.Like National Sawdust, artists are being hit incredibly hard in these trying times.
Please consider buying their music and merch directly:
Reneefleming.com | @ReneeFlemingMusic
Todmachover.com | @todopera
Paolaprestini.com | @PaolaPrestini
Performances are free, but we would love to keep in touch. We will provide artist lineups, updates on scheduling, and resources to accompany the performances. We will NOT share your information with anyone else.
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