Saturday, April 9, 2011 | 2 p.m.
FAC's Music Room.
Free for members; $10 for non-members
|Posy Knight by Alberto Leopizzi|
The lecture will include examples of Graham's radical approach to dance demonstrated live with dancer Posy Knight and on video of Graham herself.
Campion, host of KCME's Noises, Sounds, and Sweet Airs, is known for his expertise in 20th century classical music. This lecture is designed as a precursor to the return of the April 19 Martha Graham Dance Company's performance and will include information about the works being presented by the company.
Michael Campion has been a writer, reviewer and teacher in the Colorado Springs area for the past sixteen years and has worked as program annotator for Colorado Springs Philharmonic Orchestra under Maestro Lawrence Leighton Smith, the DaVinci Quartet, the Thursday Night Recital Series, the Opera Theater of the Rockies, and the Rocky Mountain Amateur Piano Competition
Michael is also the creator and host of two weekly radio broadcasts heard on KCME 88.7 FM. Noises, Sounds and Sweet Airs heard Sunday evenings, gently guides the wary listener through a most enjoyable selection of bold and beautiful classical music of the last hundred years. Classics for Kids, heard Sundays at 5:30, is dedicated to helping our children develop an appreciation for the arts that will instill a healthy imagination. He is also the voice of the Colorado Springs Philharmonic Orchestra radio broadcasts.
|Herta Moselsio "Lamentation,"ca. summer 1937|
Silver gelatin prints Library of Commerce Music Division
Purchase, 2001 (233.2)