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16 Jul
The Gallatin Galleries
Jul 16, 2021 -Aug 13, 2021 | 2:00 PM-7:00 PM


Aine E. Nakamura's Circle hasu: we plant seeds in the spring of mountains

Performances on Friday, July 16 @ 2 pm; Monday, July 19 @ 5:30pm (including an Introductory Talk); Wednesday, July 21 @ 1:15pm; Friday, July 23 @ 2 pm; Monday July 26 @ 5:30 pm (Main Performance); & Wednesday July 28 @ 1:15 pm

The performances can be viewed from the sidewalk of the Gallatin Galleries.

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Aine E. Nakamura (MA ’20) is a singer, composer and performer. Through the interactive approach toward space, time, nature, and humanity, she aims to connect herself and audience with inner self, with a hope to see ways of life in beings, and relations. Her transborder works drawing upon sensibility and spirituality are practices that show resilience against violence.

Her appearances for her solo performances and installations include the New York Public Library for Performing Arts, A Concert of Electronic Music in honor of Mario Davidovsky, and Dias de Música Electroacústica in Lisbon. Premieres and collaborative performance of her compositions include NYCEMF with cellist Madeleine Shapiro, the October New Music Festival in Finland for and with MikroEnsemblen, and The Unseen World for and with ICE at the Abrons Arts Center. Her other appearances include The Two directed by Dmitry Krymov (project for New York Theater. Workshop). She has produced collaborative projects, Listening to Nature, and Exploration in Sound and Body. Artist-in-Residence at The Watermill Center for OPERA Ensemble. Winner of the APNM 2019 Electronic Music Competition, and awardee of the Leo Bronstein Homage Award (NYU) and The Honorable Mention Award for the 2020 Pauline Oliveros New Genre Prize.


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