News from Julia Santoli – two upcoming performances and a 2018 research fellowship from the Asian Cultural Council

VCS alumna Julia recently sent us the following information about two upcoming performances and a new fellowship she’s recently been granted. I’m posting all of the information from her announcements here, and will follow up with more information on the performances as the date of each approaches.

Here are her announcements of two events scheduled for the 13th and 14th of this month:

 


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“burning body of love” 
with Zach Rowden
Issue Project Room 
7/13/18
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Julia comments: “Excited for this second installment of “Siren Sore” cycle at Issue Project. Creating the title piece with bassist Zach Rowden, and thankful for consulting and perhaps construction help from Kyle Keayes. Reflections on active compassion, transmuted into loose song-structures and performance ritual. Especially excited to share this one!!”

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Women Between Arts

7/14/18

Performing a 15 min. solo alongside 2 other artists in this great series put together by Luisa Muhr

From the FB page:

JULY 14, 2018 (4pm): JENNY ROMAINE / JULIA SANTOLI / SONALI SKANDAN

The Event will take place at The New School
STIEFEL HALL, 55 W 13th St, New York, NY 10011, 4th Floor
No cash at door. Please buy tickets in advance via Eventbrite.

EVENTBRITE TICKET LINK: http://wba11.eventbrite.com

Websitewww.womenbetweenarts. com

Many thanks to John Zorn and Richard Kessler (Dean of Mannes School of Music) for their encouragement and support.

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[Finally, Julia also sent us the following announcement of a new fellowship she’s been awarded.]

ACC Fellowship
 

I am thrilled and thankful to announce I have been awarded a 2018 Asian Cultural Council Individual Fellowship for research on experimental music and body-based performance in Japan (for Spring of 2019– if you have any tips please lmk). This is an amazing institution that supports the work of many artists; I encourage you to look into it as well! Here is a post from their blog. [Editor’s note: that’s Julia at the upper left in the image below.]

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