RUTGERS-CAMDEN CENTER FOR THE ARTS
Third and Pearl Sts.
Camden, NJ 08102
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free public parking will be made available for the performances and the panel
March 15, 12:15 p.m. in the Mallery Room, Fine Arts Building
The acclaimed soprano and recording artist Julianne Baird will perform Lieder (songs) - some recently re-discovered - composed by Albrecht Mendelssohn Bartholdy in 1931. Eva Mengelkoch will accompany Julianne Baird on piano. Following the recital, Eva Mengelkoch will recount the story of rediscovering the Mendelssohn manuscripts and bringing them to the public.
April 4th, 12:15 and 12:45, Stedman Gallery hallway
In a recital called "To be or not to be in a Closet," the soprano Julianne Baird, accompanied by Rebecca Cypress on clavichord - built by John Challis--will perform C.P.E. Bach's Fantasia in C minor for clavichord and voice. The text of the Fantasia, "Sein oder nicht Sein," is a translation of Shakespeare's "To be or not to be." The performance in a closet is meant to replicate the intimate setting for which this work was composed. Reservations are suggested (856-225-6176).
April 10, 12:15, Mallery Room, Fine Arts Building
As part of the Mallery Series, sponsored by the Department of Fine Arts, the soprano Julianne Baird will perform Lieder for Clavichord and Fortepiano, accompanied by Marcia Hadjimarkos.
April 18, 5 p.m., Fine Arts 110
Third Thursday in Camden in conjunction with Gallery Eleven One
The painter Margery Amdur will moderate a panel with the video artist Janet Biggs, the sculptors David Page and Elizabeth Mackie, and the performance artist and painter Jonathan Van Dyke, exploring the theme of the exhibit, work in progress.
The panel will be followed by a performance incorporating David Page's sculpture Monster.
The following works will be screened continuously:
Janet Biggs's 2009 video work Vanishing Point (10:32 minutes) with soundtrack by Harlem's Addicts Rehabilitation Center Gospel Choir.
Paul Bernstein and Robert A. Emmons Jr.'s elegiac flatscreen theater AND NEVER CHANGE YOUR dEAD POINT OF VIEW (2013) runs approximately 8 minutes.
Gary Day's animations "Divertimento: Word Gardens" will play continuously.