Saturday, April 23, 2022, 4 – 6:30pm PDT
Marilyn McArthur Holland Theater and Live Stream
Presented by Mills College Music Department, the Center for Contemporary Music and Mills Performing Arts
• ANNEA LOCKWOOD with SARAH CAHILL, BRENDA HUTCHINSON, LAETITIA SONAMI, & PAMELA Z
• IMA (NAVA DUNKLEMAN & AMMA ATERIA)
• LAETITIA SONAMI & ZEENA PARKINS
• ECLIPSE QUARTET perform's Terry Riley's "Good Medicine" from Salomé Dances for Peace
Open to the public, both in-person and via live stream.
Registration is required.
$15 suggested donation, Free with a Mills I.D
Capacity is limited and Proof of Vaccination is required.
Face Coverings are required, at all times, in all venues.
For more info and a list of accepted documents visit: Mills College COVID-19 Response for event guests.
Free -or- Pay What You Wish.
Live Stream link will be provided on the day of the event
The afternoon concert presents a stellar multi-generational lineup of women composers and performing artists. New Zealand-born composer Annea Lockwood’s evocative music focuses on environmental sounds and life-narratives. IMA, an electro-percussion duo featuring two extraordinary Mills alumnae, Amma Ateria (aka Jeanie Aprille Tang, BA, 2013, and Nava Dunkleman, BA, 2013), perform expressionistic noise music influenced by Japanese poetry that is both industrial and serene. Acclaimed sound artist, performer, and instrument builder Laetitia Sonami will join composer, harpist, and master improviser Zeena Parkins in a duo that will surely “bring down the house.” And the superb all-women Eclipse Quartet will perform “Good Medicine” from Salomé Dances for Peace by former Mills faculty member Terry Riley.
Music in the Fault Zone: Experimental Music at Mills College (1939 to the present)