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Livewire 11: Rewired

Various Venues

The Department of Music presents the eleventh annual Livewire new music festival, featuring faculty artists as well as leading guest composers and performers, this year entitled Livewire 11: Rewired. Over an intensive three days, October 21, 22, and 23, Livewire presents renowned contemporary ensembles Yarn/Wire and Cantata Profana, hosts eminent guest composers Robert Morris and Victoria Cheah, and presents outstanding faculty and student musicians in a series of concerts.

Livewire 11: Ruckus

Earl and Darielle Linehan Concert Hall

The Livewire 11 new music festival, hosted annually by the Department of Music, opens with the Ruckus faculty new music ensemble, in a concert featuring works by Robert Morris, Jo Kondo, Robert Carl, Amy Williams, Olly Wilson, and Viet Cuong.

Livewire 11: Raaz

Department of Music Conference Room

The Livewire 11 new music festival, hosted by the Department of Music, presents an immersive installation, entitled Raaz, by UMBC music faculty Linda Dusman and Alan Wonneberger, with Information Systems faculty Foad Hamidi, and Keith R. Porter Imaging Facility director Tagide deCarvalho.

Livewire 11: Student Concert

Earl and Darielle Linehan Concert Hall

The Livewire 11 new music festival, presented by the Department of Music, continues with a performance of works curated by student composers.

Livewire 11: Cantata Profana

Earl and Darielle Linehan Concert Hall

The Livewire 11 new music festival, presented by the Department of Music, continues with a concert by Cantata Profana featuring works by Claude Vivier, Victoria Cheah, Gleb Kanasevich, and Steven Kazuo Takasugi.

Livewire 11: Yarn/Wire

Earl and Darielle Linehan Concert Hall

The Livewire 11 new music festival concludes on Saturday night with a performance by the dynamic piano-percussion quartet Yarn/Wire in a mind-bending program of works by Klaus Lang and Misato Mochizuki. In Lang’s gorgeous work, time seems to stand still; while in Mochizuki’s explosive work, the theatricality of chamber music once more bursts to the fore.

Livewire 11: RESCHEDULED — Arboretum and the 20th Anniversary Celebration of the Joseph Beuys Sculpture Park

Joseph Beuys Sculpture Park

The Livewire 11 new music festival, hosted by the Department of Music, presents a Ruckus performance of Robert Morris's Arboretum at the Joseph Beuys Sculpture Park. The event also marks the 20th Anniversary Celebration of the Joseph Beuys Tree Partnership and will include remarks on the Partnership's history and presence at UMBC and in Baltimore.

ProVoce Washington — Canceled

Earl and Darielle Linehan Concert Hall

We regret that this event has been canceled! We look forward to welcoming ProVoce Washington back in spring 2022.

CIRCA Arts Alumni Spotlight: Mary Dell’Erba and Colin Holter

Online

The Center for Innovation, Research and Creativity in the Arts (CIRCA) presents an arts alumni spotlight featuring Mary Dell’Erba ‘14, dance and INDS, a senior project manager at the Arts Education Partnership, a center within the Education Commission of the States and a collaborative of the National Endowment for the Arts and U.S. Department of Education, and Colin Holter ‘01, music, Executive Director of the Northern Ohio Youth Orchestra, northeast Ohio’s oldest extracurricular large-ensemble program. They will each talk about their respective careers and professional trajectories since graduating from UMBC.

Inscape Chamber Orchestra

Earl and Darielle Linehan Concert Hall

The Department of Music presents the Inscape Chamber Orchestra, which will perform three seminal works written between 1946 and 1948 that showcase American creativity in the immediate post-World War II years — Walter Piston's Divertimento for Nine Instruments, Ulysses Kay's The Quiet One: Suite from the film score, and Samuel Barber's Medea.

Joseph B. Richardson: Life After the Gunshot: Structural Violence, Interpersonal Violence and Trauma Among Young Black Men In Washington, D.C.

Online

The Humanities Forum and the Social Sciences Forum present the 43rd Annual Du Bois Lecture, featuring Joseph Richardson, Joel and Kim Feller Professor of African-American Studies and Medical Anthropology at the University of Maryland, College Park, who will speak on Life After the Gunshot: Structural Violence, Interpersonal Violence and Trauma Among Young Black Men In Washington, D.C.

Everything Is Performance

Proscenium Theatre

The Department of Theatre presents Everything Is Performance, a production directed by Laley Lippard, and conceived and written by Sierra Basilio, Mercedes Fuller, Caleb Griffith, Jackie Kim, Franchesca Parker, MaryGrace Ruebens, Alex Shawn, Rowland Smith, and David Tannous. How do we measure worth when all the world is a stage? Everything Is Performance Productions invites you to join our live studio audience for a taping of Know Your Worth!, a fabulous new reality show to find America’s Most Worthy.

International Education Week 2021

Various Venues

The university community is invited to attend International Education Week 2021, starting on Friday, November 12, and continuing through Friday, November 19. Join us for a guest speakers, lectures, workshops and fun activities all week long to support international education efforts at UMBC.

CIRCA Presents: Tahir Hemphill

Online

The Center for Innovation, Research and Creativity in the Arts (CIRCA) presents UMBC Diversity of the Arts Fellow Tahir Hemphill, who will discuss his multifaceted practice as a creative technologist, multimedia artist, and design researcher in a lively conversation with UMBC Assistant Professor of Information Systems Foad Hamidi, and writer, programmer and long-time collaborator David Goldberg. Hemphill’s work investigates the role systems play in the generation of form and the role collaborative knowledge production plays in the resilience of communities.

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