Friday, March 18: at the DMA with Pollock, Feldman, and Brown

Sounds Modern presents:
“More direct, more immediate, more physical:” music shaped by the art of Jackson Pollock
Jackson Pollock had a major influence on the music of the late 20th century.  Composer Earle Brown described Pollock’s work as one of  “the earliest, and still the predominant influences on my conceptual attitude;” Morton Feldman said it turned him toward “a sound world more direct, more immediate, more physical than anything that had existed heretofore.” Sounds Modern will celebrate Pollock’s work with a performance of music by Brown and Feldman from the early 1960’s that reflects the spirit and practice of Jackson Pollock.
Friday, March 18, 7 pm
Horchow Auditorium, Dallas Museum of Art
1717 North Harwood
Dallas, Texas 75201
Admission: included with $15 admission to DMA “Late NIght” event, free to DMA members

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