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The Sally Fleming Guest Masterclass Series, as part of the Department of Performing Arts Technology Resonance: Suzanne Ciani

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Suzanne Ciani
Suzanne Ciani is a composer, recording artist, and pioneer in the field of electronic music and sound design. She is best loved for her fifteen albums of original music which feature her performances in a broad array of expressions: pure electronic, solo piano, piano with orchestra, and piano with jazz ensemble. Her music, renowned for its romantic, healing, and aesthetic qualities has found a rapidly growing international audience, and her performances include numerous benefits for humanitarian causes. Her many recognitions include five Grammy nominations for Best New Age Album, an INDIE award for Best New Age Album, numerous Clios, a Golden Globe, Keyboard Magazine’s “New Age Keyboardist of the Year,” and the 2017 Moog Innovation Award.

Resonance is an annual symposium that celebrates women and non-binary artists in music technology hosted by the Department of Performing Arts Technology. This year, Resonance presents a pioneer of electronic music: Suzanne Ciani. The day-long event will include a masterclass and a performance by the artist, who will perform her works for the Buchla synthesizer with quadraphonic sound and visuals. Resonance receives generous support from the Sally Fleming Masterclass Fund, the Stearns Collection, the EXCEL Lab, and the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion office at SMTD.

Please note Hankinson Rehearsal Hall has limited seating capacity, early arrival is recommended to ensure admission.
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