Address: Vancouver, BC Canada

Program

 

Music and Transformation: The Performing Arts and Restorative Justice

30 November & 1 December 2012

In collaboration with SFU's School of Contemporary Arts and Centre for Restorative Justice.

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FRIDAY EVENING OPENING: SFU Woodward’s

Fei and Milton Wong Experimental Theatre, Goldcorp Centre for the Arts

 

7:30PM FRIDAY EVENING: 30 November 2012
 

SFU President's Address Andrew Petter 


Introspection by Kathleen Raine
Maren Stott (eurythmy) and Patricia Smith (spoken word)

  

Introduction and Dedication Elizabeth Carmack
Questions by Elizabeth Carmack
Romance by Ross Alden (Murray Carmack)
Nadja Hall (cello) & Alan Stott (piano)

  

Instruments of Change Laura Barron

  

Threshold Choir Music in Action: Jan Alexander with Female Voices

 

Conflict Transformation and the Expressive Arts
Opening Dialogue: Michelle LeBaron 

 

Reclaiming the Value of Vulnerability

New Music Commission PREMIERE
2:00am by Jinny Shaw with Poetry/Text by Suzanne Batty
Jinny Shaw (oboe d'amore)
Four Female Voices: Vancouver Chamber Choir

 

INTERMISSION

Reclaiming Life After Genocide

Nigel Osborne & Alison Pick & Rena Sharon
New Music Commission PREMIERE
Unfinished Memoirs by Nigel Osborne with Poetry/Text by Alison Pick
Alison Pick (spoken word)
Rena Sharon (piano)

New Music Commission PREMIERE
ecological studies by Nigel Osborne
Maren Stott (eurythmy)
Alan Stott (piano)

 

SATURDAY MORNING SESSIONS: 1 DECEMBER 2012: SFU Woodward’s

World Arts Centre, Goldcorp Centre for the Arts

9:30am-10:00am
Composers working with Culture, Conflict and Transformation
Nigel Osborne & Mark-Anthony Turnage

10:00am-10:30am
The Arts Alliance in England
Music in Prisons UK
Sara Lee & Mark-Anthony Turnage

10:30am-11:00am
Dance, Movement and Choreography
Judith Marcuse: Arts for Social Change
Carrie MacLeod: Conflict Transformation through Dance

  

COFFEE BREAK


11:30am-12:00
Expressive Arts in Correctional Services of Canada
Regional Chaplain: Dr Dwight Cuff
Brooke Anderson
Carol Ashton
Jerome Gastaldi


12:00-1:00pm
The Potential of Music in Human Development
Rena Sharon
Susan O'Neill
Nigel Osborne


SATURDAY AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS 2:30pm-4:30pm 

SFU Woodward’s: Workshop Rooms

1. Expressive Arts and Conflict Transformation
Michelle LeBaron & Carrie MacLeod 

2. Music in Prisons UK
Mark-Anthony Turnage & Sara Lee 

3. Eurythmy as Creative and Healing Movement
Maren Stott & Alan Stott (piano)

4. Expressive Art Therapy
Video Art and Music in the Prison Setting: Responding to the Sacred through Painting
Brooke Anderson & Carol Ashton & Jerome Gastaldi 

5. Reclaiming the Embodiment of Justice
Brenda Morrison & David Gustafson & Barry Stuart & Gail Lotenberg with Link Dance

 

SATURDAY EVENING CLOSING: SFU Woodward’s

Fei and Milton Wong Experimental Theatre, Goldcorp Centre for the Arts

 

7:30PM SATURDAY EVENING: 1 December 2012

Reclaiming the Embodiment of Justice

Brenda Morrison & Gail Lotenberg
New Dance Commission PREMIERE
3D: Dissonance, Dialogue and Dance
Music by Howard Skempton
Alan Stott (piano) & Link Dance 

Reclaiming Voice: Along the Path Toward Healing Justice

David Gustafson & Sandi Bergen & Nadja Hall
New Music Commission PREMIERE
The Harmony of an Interval by Howard Skempton
Maren Stott (eurythmy)
Nadja Hall (cello) & Alan Stott (piano) 


INTERMISSION 


Reclaiming the Harmony of the Law

Janet Danielson & Barry Stuart
New Music Commission PREMIERE
Truth Threatens Mercy Threatens Justice Threatens Peace by Janet Danielson
Maren Stott (eurythmy)
Jinny Shaw (oboe d'amore) 
Eight Voices: Vancouver Chamber Choir