Multitude

Friday, May 24, 2013 at 7:30pm
Turner Hall Ballroom
1032 N. 4th St., Milwaukee

*Please join us for a pre-concert talk with Sean Friar and Ted Hearne
6:45pm Turner Hall

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This performance is not recommended for young children.

 

 

 

Read the UWM Peck School Press Release HERE!
Tom Strini of Third Coast Daily Interviews Sean Friar.   Read HERE

Reviews!
Third Coast Daily review by Tom Strini
Journal Sentinel review by Elaine Schmidt
Milwaukee Magazine review by Paul Kosidowski

Shepherd Express review by John Schneider

 

Join Present Music, Milwaukee’s own cutting-edge new music ensemble, for an evening of dance, art and music magnified to the extreme at our Season Finale party, Multitude!

The Multitude concert will feature a myriad of brand new compositions, mesmerizing dance and captivating art installations.  A world premiere by Sean Friar titled Breaking Point, centers around the electric guitar’s unique sounds and techniques that inspirethe ensemble.  Vivid art installations, featuring an entire wall of cupcakes created by Brooke Thiele and Lilly Coyle, and Emily Sheider’s Life Among the Ruins, will take your mind on a radiant visual journey.  Provocative music and dance highlights include performances by spellbinding singer/cellist Leah Coloff, composer/vocalist Ted Hearne and dancer/choreographer Mauriah Kraker.  The party concludes with Wisconsin’s own high energy, horn-driven rock/ska band, Something to Do.  Celebrate with Present Music in a concert packed with fun and adventurous performances at Multitude!

The Multitude Concert is in partnership with UWM ArtSite and UWM Year of the Arts Celebrating the 50thAnniversary of the Peck School of the Arts.

 

 



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