Charles Amirkhanian onstage with Evelyn Glennie, Amy X Neuburg, Gloria Cheng, and Ge Gan-ru during a panel discussion as part of OM 9, San Francisco CA, (2003)

Other Minds Festivals ➔ Other Minds Festival: OM 9: Concert 2, Artist Forum, 1 of 4

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Event Type
Lectures and Panel Discussions
Other Minds
Program Series
Other Minds Festival
Program Length
177 min
1 of 4
2003-03-06 | created
Artist Forum before the second concert of Other Minds Festival 9, on March 6, 2003, 8:00pm.
Charles Amirkhanian moderates a panel discussion with Chinese composer Ge Gan-ru, pianist Gloria Cheng, vocalist and composer Amy X Neuberg, and percussionist Evelyn Glennie. Ge Gan-ru recounts his musical development during the Chinese cultural revolution and the basis for his work “Four Studies on Peking Opera”, which premiered that evening. Gloria Cheng talks about her exposure to the Peking opera style and what its like to perform Ge’s music. Amy X Neuburg describes the core of her performance gear as well as her compositional and vocal styles. Evelyn Glennie comments on various aspects of a performer’s “aural space” as well as sharing her impressions of the time spent at the Djerassi Artists residency before the festival.
Piano quintets
Chinese operas
Percussion music
Vocal music--21st century
Electronic music
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