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Playing the "Song of Songs" with Price Walden and Friends

Composer Price Walden will appear in Nutt Auditorium programs Oct. 24 and Oct. 27. Photo by Amanda Wansa Morgan.

An artist’s connection to their work is very intimate and often specifically correlates to personal experiences. Composer Price Walden explores this connection regularly as he creates new musical works for soloists and ensembles.
Walden will discuss the relationship with University of Mississippi Music Professor Nancy Maria Balach in a special program, called “Song of Songs,” at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 24, in Nutt Auditorium. Balach will interview Price about his quest as a composer to create profound musical experiences that evoke individual emotions and interpretations from each audience member.
In a second program at 7:30 p.m., Friday, Oct. 27, Oxonians can take a personal journey of meditation and love through Walden’s musical offerings and those of other outstanding musicians. Ghostlight Repertory Theater will incorporate living poetry into the evening, and Bruce Levingston will join groups of local musicians and faculty to perform Price’s compositions. A post-performance reception for the artist will be held in the Music Building Choir Room.
These events are made possible by the partnership between Living Music Resource and the Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies. This week’s events mark the closing of this year’s semester-long SarahFest.


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