ARTIST IN RESIDENCE

Sarah Rothenberg

Sarah Rothenberg, pianist and artistic director of Da Camera of Houston, serves as the Mitchell Center Artist in Residence. As part of her residency, Rothenberg curates a series of performances and seminars in conjunction with the Blaffer Art Museum exhibition Damaged Romanticism: A Mirror of Modern Emotion, which surveys a strand of contemporary art that puts emotions front and center, built on the knowledge that rebirth grows out of experiences of things gone horribly wrong.

Chopin in Paris: Epigraph for a Condemned Book, Sarah Rothenberg
Conceived, directed, and performed by Sarah Rothenberg, pianist and artistic director of Da Camera of Houston, Epigraph for a Condemned Book is a unique tapestry of sight and sound that reveals the daring genius of Chopin’s piano works. Rothenberg is the Mitchell Center’s Fall 2008 Artist in Residence.
Pre-concert talk with Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Richard Howard.
LOCATION: Cullen Theater, Wortham Theater Center, 510 Preston

Poetry and Music: A Conversation, with pianist Sarah Rothenberg and poet Adam Zagajewski
Poet Adam Zagajewski and pianist Sarah Rothenberg present an evening of readings, performance and conversation inspired by the themes and ideas of the recent Blaffer Gallery exhibition, Damaged Romanticism.
LOCATION: The Rothko Chapel, 1409 Sul Ross