Free Opera Sheet Music and Upcoming Music EventsAs I put together the final touches of Kickstarter packets for my faithful backers, I thought I would share the link for classical music fans and electronic music fans! These are selections from Libertaria including the jazzy solo Metal Ink, the touching lullaby Lonely Mother's Cry, and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra inspired finale Rebellion.
Enjoy! And here is a listing of upcoming events for this March! I hope to see you there!
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UPCOMING MUSIC EVENTSFRIDAY MARCH 21, 2014: Libertaria Screening Buffalo State
Location: Buffalo School of Music (Room TBD) Rockwell Hall
Free full screening of Libertaria: The Virtual Opera.
MONDAY MARCH 17, 2014: Moms, Music, and Toddler Fun
A day of music making for moms and their kids as part of the Women in Arts Festival, Buffalo, NY
Time: 10-12AM, FREE EVENT
Location: Restoration Church, Buffalo Ny
504 Frankhauser Rd, Buffalo, NY 14221
FRIDAY MARCH 7, 2014: Women Composer’s Festival of Hartford
The Women Composers Festival of Hartford has, for the last twelve years, provided an educational and entertaining platform for the promotion of women’s music. Recognized as a champion of women’s music by institutions such as Meet the Composer, the International Alliance for Women in Music, and the Women’s Education and Leadership Fund, the festival’s goals include informing audiences through performances of music that has been and still is being written by women in an effort to broaden people’s understanding of musical literature and women’s contributions to this field.
Lecture/Presentation on Virtual Opera Production 101
WCForum Session One “Electric-Drama” - 10:00AM Charter Oak Cultural Center 21 Charter Oak Avenue Hartford, CT 06106
FRIDAY MARCH 6, 2014: Women in the Arts Festival Buffalo New York
Screening of Selections from Libertaria at Coffehouse Event at Canisius College as part of the Women and Arts Festival
Thursday, March 6 – Women in the Arts Festival Coffeehouse from 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. in the Montante Cultural Center. The event will feature faculty and student lectures, performances and exhibitions about women’s roles in literature, poetry, art and music. Guests can come for as little time or as long as they like. Light refreshments will be served.