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The Monocle – Aurora Nealand

June 22 @6:30pm

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The Monocle is Aurora Nealands solo project of original compositions and performance pieces. Utilizing voice, accordion, saxophones, loop-pedals, pre-recorded tape pieces, tin cans, drums and contact mics on frozen fruit, Aurora Nealand has performed as The Monocle at the Ogden Museum of Art, NYC Symphony Space, and at Berlin's Haus Festival. Original Compositions: Aurora Nealand studied Composition at Oberlin Conservatory  with Randolph Coleman, Tom Lopez and Leo Wanenchek, and has been composing original music throughout the past 10 years. She was on Faculty at the Walden School for Young Musicians teaching Composition and Computer Musicianship for 6 years, and continues to be involved in this amazing program for young composers. Her original works have been performed at Symphony Space in NYC, the High Zero Festival (Baltimore), the Krake Festival (Berlin), and frequently at the Open Ears Series in New Orleans. Nealand received an Ascap Fellowship to study Film Music in Florence in 2003, and studied at L'Ecole Internationale du Theatre Jacques Lecoq in Paris in 2004. She has written and directed two original theatre pieces, "In Memoriam" and "Earhart Eclipsed" and  recently composed an original score for Cripple Creeks Production of the Greek Satire "Lysistrata".

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The Monocle – Aurora Nealand

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National Arts Centre
1 Elgin Street
Fourth Stage

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Event Date: June 22 @6:30pm

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