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January 4, 2022

Open Music with Missy Mazzoli

Hosted by Gabriel Kahane

See and hear the composer Time Out New York called “Brooklyn’s post-millennial Mozart.” An extraordinary opera composer recently commissioned by the Metropolitan Opera to adapt George Saunder’s Booker Prize winning Lincoln in the Bardo, Missy Mazzoli’s music is dark, vital, electrifying, and accessible.

“I’ve known Missy since we were both up-and-comers in the Brooklyn new music scene. Over the course of a dozen years, I’ve watched her blossom into a total rock star in the field.” - Gabriel Kahane

Artists

Gabriel Kahane, Host
Missy Mazzoli,
Composer

 
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General Admission tickets are $20

 

Location:

Mississippi Studios (3939 N. Mississippi Ave., Portland OR 97227)

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