World premiere of Amelia Found, a new work which follows Amelia Earhart from dusk, through the night, into a daybreak where she has disappeared.

June 16, 2020
6:00 pm
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Join us for a Digital Discovery performance with artists Sxip Shirey and Coco Karol as they present Amelia Found, a new work which follows Amelia Earhart from dusk, through the night, into a daybreak where she has disappeared. This world premiere will feature composer Sxip Shirey (piano), choreographer Coco Karol (dance), vocalist Rizo, conductor and violist Rachel Jayson (morse code key) and bird design by Chris Green. The morse code text was gathered from requests on the artist’s social media platforms for the names of people and things that have disappeared.

Sxip Shirey is an avant-garde composer specializing in populist music that is often used for circus, dance, and theater. He has released seven albums including three solo albums, toured internationally, and been recognized by press worldwide. He is known for innovative instrumentation and object oriented compositions which he often performs and presents to audiences with stories, dialog, and delight. Coco Karol is a dancer and choreographer who creates cross-disciplinary performance works about how we make meaning of personal experience and communicate through gesture, touch, and effort. She has had an expansive dance career in New York and has choreographed works for stage and film as well as for art galleries and public art.

Artists are being hit incredibly hard in these trying times. Please consider supporting the artists directly:

http://www.sxipshireymusic.com/

https://findingcoco.net/

More than ever, our city needs a home that welcomes and celebrates music in all its forms and vibrancy. Match for Music: Double Your Donation to National Sawdust today to strengthen our resiliency and keep our doors open to support artists’ livelihoods, digitally and in the future. Every dollar you contribute will be matched 1:1 by our Board Chair Kevin Dolan and President Jill Steinberg up to $300,000. Thank you for anything you can do to help National Sawdust continue to connect us all through the gift of music. Donate here.

Jun 16

Sxip & Coco