HERE at Home: Looking at You
Our first April HERE@HOME is Looking at You, by Kamala Sankaram, Rob Handel, and Kristin Marting!
Nerds at Silicon Hills like to party. They’re in the middle of a celebration at their massive corporate headquarters when you join in the fun. As you order a free drink from the singing, computer-generated assistant built into your table, a swirl of operatic voices, EDM and crime jazz surrounds you. You are now inside a story of high-tech espionage and sultry romance where Edward Snowden meets Casablanca. Looking at You confronts surveillance capitalism and the erosion of individual privacy in a digitized world.
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OOT New Brew Presents: Black, Brown, Beige and Every Other Shade
The New Brew series brings you classical music written by some of today’s most exciting composers, presented in entertaining and irreverent programs by young singers and instrumentalists who relish the direct contact with audiences not inhibited in their reactions by the looming menace of giant chandeliers.
Art songs are your music too; who lied to you and said that serious art music is for white people?!
Featuring Celeste Headlee, soprano, author, newly of Opera on Tap’s Advisory Council, and Grand Daughter of William Grant Still, as guest curator and artist, this program will include works by Still, Ellington, Alexander, Okoye, Sankaram, Baker, Moore, Brown, Price, Syrse, Boykin, Kerr, Hailstork, and Swanson!