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NUMUS Northwest 2018 Music Festival

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$20 day pass (students free w/ID)

Saturday, January 20, 2018 (PDT) @ 8:30 am - 9:30 pm

NUMUS Northwest

A day-long event dedicated to the creation, performance, and experience of new music. Think community, collaboration, and artistically-stunning programming with a focus on musicians and artists in the Northwest… but not exclusively so.

Who will attend? You! Students. Friends. Colleagues. Musicians. Artists. Creators. People who don’t know they like this kind of music (yet!)

Tickets: $20 for a day pass, students free w/ID.

Schedule:

8:30-9:00 Registration, coffee, & bagels

9:00-9:15 Welcome (PONCHO Hall)

9:30-10:30 New Music Speed Dating (PONCHO Hall)

11:00-11:50 The Other Side of the Inbox: Media perspectives on new music (City Arts Magazine, Second Inversion, KING FM, WFMT)

12:00-12:50 Where the Wild Things Are: The new age of organizations and audiences (Andrew Goldstein)

1:00-2:30 Lunch break

• By appointment: Ask A Fundraiser (Rose Bellini)

• Drop-in: Neal Kosaly-Meyer plays Gradus: for Fux, Tesla and Milo the Wrestler, a piano composition in perpetual progress

2:30-3:30 Afternoon concert: Younge, Arias, Molk, Akiho (PONCHO Hall)

4:00-4:50 Why Are Women Composers stuck talking about being Women Composers? An homage to Pauline Oliveros/Where do we go now? (Lily Shababi)

5:00-5:50 Funders on Funding: 4Culture, the Seattle Office of Arts and Culture, and others in discussion with Kevin Clark

6:00-7:30 Dinner break

8:00-9:30 Evening concert: Eaton, Soper, Furrer, Lang, Mazzoli, Triptet (PONCHO Hall)

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