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Community Conversations with Miki Sawada

Date: Thursday, October 12, 2023 – 6PM – 8PM

General Admission: $20

Member: Free

 

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Join us for a special Community Conversations on Thursday, October 12 at 6 PM. The conversation will include an exploration of how classical music intertwines with America, through the lens of pianist Miki Sawada, who travels the country with a piano. The evening includes a piano performance by Miki and a screening of the film “Gather Hear Louisiana.”  
Arrive as early as 5 PM to explore the Purvis Young Exhibition.
 
Advance registration is requested: $20 For General Admission / Free For MoCA Members – become a Member todayPlease Note: Membership status will be confirmed prior to event. 
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More About Miki:
Pianist Miki Sawada, whose performance made The Boston Globe’s Best Of Arts 2021 list is known as a fearless musician who is taking classical music where others are not. Miki has been featured at venues and occasions such as: Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall, Helsinki Music Centre, The Arctic Philharmonic (Norway), the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater (NYC), Roulette (Brooklyn), and the MATA Festival (NYC). Miki holds degrees from Yale School of Music, Eastman School of Music, and Northwestern University.
 
 
About Gather Hear Tour:
Through the Gather Hear Tour, Miki travels to all 50 states with a piano, performing in community gathering spaces, free to the audience. Gather Hear Tour’s mission is to bring high-quality live classical music to communities across socioeconomic and political boundaries. By taking classical music outside of formal concert halls – where not everyone might feel welcomed – and into community gathering spaces, Gather Hear uses music as a connective tissue that helps us find what unites us as humans. Gather Hear Louisiana (2022) was the fifth tour after Alaska (2017), West Virginia (2018), Massachusetts (2021), and Utah (2021), totaling 70+ free public performances.

 

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Tickets are transferable to another concert of your choice or other individuals. If a concert is cancelled due to weather conditions, tickets will be valid for the rescheduled date. Please consider the price of unused tickets as a donation. No refunds will be issued.

 

 

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