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Creativity in Quarantine: How Music Resounds When Public Life is Silenced

Presented by National Endowment for the Arts at Online/Virtual Space

May 20 2020
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Jun 07 2020
Creativity in Quarantine: How Music Resounds When Public Life is Silenced

On the arts blog, musician Michael Gallant writes about weathering the pandemic, personally and creatively.

For almost six years, my trio has held a residency at an underground Manhattan club, performing twice monthly for enthusiastic locals and curious travelers alike.

When we played on an early-March Wednesday—running through McCoy Tyner’s “Passion Dance” in memory of the fallen giant; Nine Inch Nails’ “Head Like a Hole” with its wonderful angularity and inspiring defiance; our otherwise usual mix of dirty funk, modal jams, and intertwined romantic harmonies—news of the virus was

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