Anthony Scibilia: Continuous Work of Art

Monday / March 30, 2015 / 7:00 p.m.
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Oliver Colvin Recital Hall
1140 Boylston Street
United States

In this concert, Berklee faculty member Anthony Scibilia (Liberal Arts/Berklee Global Jazz Institute) and Berklee alumnus Casey Andersen will explore the connections between music, visual art, and poetry in a series of original compositions, both musical and visual. The works featured range from spontaneous conceptually-driven pieces to compositions resulting from a process of more traditional deliberation. In this concert, Scibilia and Andersen wil explore various ways in which one art form can lead to another in a process of continuous creation. The poetic and visual works of several artists, including Pablo Neruda and Bernard Childs, will form points of departure for the musical works in this program.

The content of this concert is inspired by "Creativity and Expression in the Arts,"a course Scibilia teaches in conjunction with Danilo Perez, Marco Pignataro, and other members of the Berklee Global Jazz faculty. Scibilia also teaches "Creative Conversations in Music and the Visual Arts," a realted course offered through the Department of Liberal Arts at Berklee.