Ear to Ear: Paola Prestini

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Saturday, December 15, 2007

Through her interdisciplinary performance collective VisionIntoArt, Paola Prestini creates what TimeOut New York calls "ingeniously staged concert pieces that gracefully walk the line between opera and performance art." The Italian-born, New York-based composer joins David Garland for a conversation about her music and current projects.

Paola Prestini

Paola Prestini's music and arrangements have been performed by VisionIntoArt, the Kronos Quartet, Prism Quartet, Haydn Orchestra, and ensembles and soloists throughout the U.S and abroad from Lincoln Center and BAM (the Brooklyn Academy of Music) in New York City to Svetlanov Hall in Moscow, Russia, and from the Phillips ...


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