featuring a premiere of a music and poetry fusion work, “Rubble Becomes Art,” a triptych of songs about healing, reconciliation, and transformation, composed by Dosia McKay with poetry by North Carolina writers: Sally Atkins, Valerie Foote and Cathy Larson Sky
Kate Steinbeck flute • Brittnee Siemon mezzo-soprano • Amy Brucksch guitar • Rosalind Buda bassoon
“Rubble becomes Art,” was created with support from the North Carolina Arts Council and through the generosity of Pan Harmonia Donors.
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