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NEXT EVENT: Wednesday December 1 2021
7:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.

PRISMS Festival Concert 1

The opening concert of the 11th annual PRISMS Festival "Multiplicity" features works by ASU composition faculty Gabriel Bolaños, Fernanda Navarro, Christopher Norby, Garth Paine and Jody Rockmaker, including two world premieres and two Arizona premieres. The second half of the concert will feature multimedia works by ASU composition students Laura Brackney, Anastacia Meconiates, Jason Phillips, Deanna Rusnock and Ziyu Wang.

The 11th annual PRISMS Festival features works that engage with the theme of multiplicity in contemporary music. Multiplicity may take many forms: plurality or hybridity of genre and style, disparate creative approaches, and works by composers and sound-artists from different communities, traditions and creative practices. The PRISMS festival showcases works that push boundaries, experiment, or expand on contemporary practices from different social, cultural and intellectual perspectives. 

Tickets are available for advance online purchase only. Tickets for this event cannot be purchased in person or at the door.

All attendees are required to agree to adhere to ASU policies that are consistent with CDC guidelines for colleges and universities.  Face coverings are required in School of Music, Dance and Theatre indoor performance spaces.  Please review full event policies at the ticket link below.

University COVID-19 information may be found at https://eoss.asu.edu/health/announcements/coronavirus

For more information please contact:
TUNE (Music Event Hotline)
School of Music, Dance and Theatre
Music Building, Katzin Concert Hall