Music, Serene Power, and Disability

Join us for Metro's Speaker Series

The New York Times praised composer Molly Joyce‘s “serene power”. The Washington Post called her one of the “most versatile, prolific and intriguing composers.” 

What does she say about her own music? “My practice focuses on disability as a creative source.” 

Join us tomorrow night, September 6th at 6 pm Pacific for our first speaker of the fall season!
Molly will share with us how her disability and the memoirs of Mobility International founder Susan Sygall inspire her music. She has a unique composition for the new season of the Oregon Mozart Players and we can’t wait to hear her story. 
Friends and fellow Rotarians are all welcome to join us for dinner in beautiful downtown Eugene at The Davis, (support local business!), or to Zoom in from wherever you are 🙂 
Photo credit © Shervin Lainez. Image description: Black and white photograph of Composer Molly Joyce playing the toy organ. Her dark hair is pulled into a bun. She is wearing black slacks and a black blouse with the sleeves rolled up to her elbows.

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    1. PDG Cindi! I’m sorry to say we did not :/ But Oregon Mozart Players will be featuring her compositions this season 🎶

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