• Other Minds Festival: OM 9: An Evening with Ned Rorem, reception, 1 of 4
Other Minds Festival: OM 9: An Evening with Ned Rorem, reception, 1 of 4
Other Minds Festival: OM 9: An Evening with Ned Rorem, reception, 1 of 4

Other Minds Festivals ➔ Other Minds Festival: OM 9: An Evening with Ned Rorem, reception, 1 of 4

Digital Moving Image


Event Type
Music
Origin
Other Minds
Identifier
OMF.2003.03.05.A
Program Series
Other Minds Festival
Program Length
167 min
Part
1 of 4
Dates
2003-03-05 | created
Description
Video showing the reception held prior to the first concert of the 9th Other Minds Festival which was dedicated to “An Evening with Ned Rorem”. March 5, 2003. Palace of Fine Arts Theatre, San Francisco, CA. Footage shows attendees, Other Minds staff and other crew working the event as well as the composers’ score exhibit. Charles Amirkhanian makes announcements and introduces the festival’s attending composers. San Francisco’s mayoral candidate Tom Ammiano shares a few words before Ned Rorem is honored by the California Senator, Mark Leno by way of Anna Damiani who reads a framed resolution from the California State Assembly being presented to Rorem. Amirkhanian gives thanks to Other Minds supporters, and Pamela Wunderlich in larger than life costuming slowly moves through the crowd and who will make different in-character appearances during intermissions throughout the festival.
Genres
Current Events
Subjects
Receptions
Award presentations
Acknowledgment
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