LOS ANGELES, CA – INNER SELFIES: New American Art Songs is a fresh and updated take on the classical voice concert, assembling a line-up of living composers from across the U.S. Fusing story-driven poetry with lyrical and genre-bending music, baritone Ian Walker and pianist Milena Gligic present a concert featuring stories that range from the witty to the poignant, the ridiculous to the real.
In the age of social media and the ‘selfie’, it is common for people to take pictures of themselves, usually from the most flattering angle. INNER SELFIES is composed of unfiltered ‘snapshots’ of our emotional, psychological, and spiritual selves. In this light-hearted but insightful concert, Ian Walker and Milena Gligic will shed light on experiences ranging from the extraordinary to the everyday, using songs that outline elements of our most essential selves. In an increasingly superficial world, it is important that we continue to explore messy, vulnerable topics and look beneath the surface.
LA-based baritone Ian Walker and pianist Milena Gligic will present a unique brand of art songs, melding storytelling, humor, poetry, classical music, and theatrical performance. Don’t miss this evocative and engaging concert featuring music by living composers from across the U.S., including Mark Carlson, Tom Cipullo, Lori Laitman, and Libby Larsen.
Tickets can be purchased online at innerselfies.brownpapertickets.com. Tickets are as follows, with a pay-what-you-can option if you want to contribute more. Base prices: $15 General, $10 Student/Senior. Reception to follow.
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Presenter / Producer: Ian Walker
Music > Classical
Music > Recitals - Vocal
Music > Contemporary Classical / New Music
Event Phone: 213-687-4278
Art Share LA
801 E. 4th Place
Los Angeles CA 90013
LA - Central / Downtown
Performance Dates: 1/24/2018
Tickets can be purchased online at innerselfies.brownpapertickets.com. Tickets are as follows, with a pay-what-you-can option if you want to contribute more. Base prices: $15 General, $10 Student/Senior.
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