Music, movement, and mixed media collide at the Charleston Music Hall for a salute to composer, educator, and pianist Nadja Boulanger. On Friday, May 8th at 7:30 pm, UNED!TED will present “Piano Woman Vol. 2: Mademoiselle Musique.”
Boulanger taught many stars of the modern music era including: Aaron Copland, Quincy Jones, John Eliot Gardner, Elliot Carter, Philip Glass, Astor Piazzolla, and George Gershwin. During this event, her story will be told through choreography, pop songs, and some of her favorite music.
UNED!TED is a non-profit arts organization ”dedicated to integrating arts, cultures, and communities through collaborative concert events and programs.”
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