Thursday, September 28, 2017

2 NEW FREE PROGRAMS @ THE ZIMMERLI ART MUSEUM

Salon Series: "After Clara"

WHEN: Sunday, October 1 / 2 pm
WHERE:
Zimmerli Art Museum, 71 Hamilton Street,New Brunswick

The theme "After Clara" features works by women composers who followed Clara Schumann, performed by the New Brunswick Chamber Orchestra. The program begins with “String Quartet in E Flat” by Fanny Mendelssohn (Hensel), followed by Amy Beach’s “Quartet for Strings.” The program is rounded out with works by three contemporary composers: Libby Larsen’s “Emergence,” Jennifer Higdon’s “Sky Quartet,” and Caroline Shaw’s “Limestone & Felt,” a duo for viola and cello. This free salon series features complimentary wine and cheese, conversation, and insightful comments by NBCO’s Artistic Director.   

NBCO’s Salons have become so popular that reservations are necessary to guarantee a seat. To reserve your spot, please visit http://newbrunswickchamberorchestra.org or email Semmlow@gmail.com with the number of attendees in your party. Walk-up attendees may be turned away at the door if all seats are full.   

For details, visit the webpage.

Art After Hours: First Tuesdays

WHEN: Tuesday, October 3 / 5 to 9 pm

Donna Gustafson, Curator of American Art and Mellon Director for Academic Programs, leads tours of Subjective Objective: A Century of Social Photography, which traces the history of documentary photography from the late 19th century to the present. Drawn from the Zimmerli’s collection, supplemented with works from public and private lenders, the exhibition focuses on photographers who use the camera to educate, persuade, and effect social change. And New Jersey-based independent alternative folk band Cold Weather Company returns to the museum! Combining the songwriting experience of its three members, Cold Weather Company carries a diverse sound, rich with vocal harmonies and instrumental builds evoking imagery of mountains, seas, and the cities in between. PaparazZi CafĂ© offers extended hours to accommodate Art After Hours guests.

The program is FREE and open to the public.
For details, visit the web page.