Thursday, February 17, 2011

The Privacy of Performance Project by Erin Hanke

As an active as a chamber musician in New York City, Erin Hanke performs regularly with the Bach Vespers ensemble at Holy Trinity Church and with Waits Trio. Ms. Hanke has studied with Ketil Haugsand, and has served as assistant to Dr. Gwendolyn Toth, artistic director of ARTEK, and was recently appointed concert manager and administrator of Music Before 1800, New York City's longest running early music series. She studied organ performance with Dr. John Chappell Stowe at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Making her practice sessions public, Erin Hanke is exploring the privacy of performance with her Express+Local piece. Not to be confused with concert performance, this project examines the sensitive moments of practice for the performer when seen through a public scope.

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