IN TRANSLATION: The Music of 9/11


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    Musical Responses To 9/11 is a wide-ranging conversation that explores musical responses to the monumental event collectively known as 9/11. Using clips from the musical worlds of chamber, experimental vocals, theater, and country, Amanda Sewell, Interlochen Public Radio music director, and Sarah Bearup-Neal, Glen Arbor Arts Center gallery manager reflect on the ways music is used to translate that day and its aftermath. Musical Responses To 9/11 was recorded for repeat listening on WICA FM.

    A grant from the Michigan Humanities Council provides support for In Translation. For more information about go to / EXHIBITS. Listen to Musical Responses To 9/11 on Interlochen Public Radio:

    In Translation includes a juried exhibition, a theater panel discussion, and a screening of Plague Phase, a locally-produced video that uses poetry, theater, and visual art to take on the difficult subjects of loss and adaptation in a time of ecologic decline. The In Translation project runs through October 26.