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This Week At Mount Tremper Arts
Gelsey Bell and Yasuko Yokoshi
Yamamba As A Bear
The Japanese tales of Yamamba, across fairy tales and noh drama, describe a powerful and dangerous woman who lives in the mountains. Yamamba As A Bear weaves various incarnations of this archetype across histories and cultures anchored in the female voice and body. A team of international performance artists, Gelsey Bell and Mina Nishimura from New York (USA) and Shiori Shinoda and Yasuko Yokoshi from Kyoto (Japan) will take a spiritual pilgrimage to and of Yamamba through a feminist history of the performing arts.
Rick Burkhardt and International Contemporary Ensemble
The program interweaves new music by Rick Burkhardt, Bahar Royaee (Iranian Female Composers Association), Pauline Oliveros & IONE, with a tour of 10 years of International Contemporary Ensemble in residency at Mount Tremper Arts, and artist interviews & love notes. Read more about Rick and the Ensemble.
View the performance online here.
Your support has helped us stay open as a safe and creative space for artists during the pandemic. The Artist Residencies Campaign exceeded our $20,000 goal for 2020.
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