OK Composer:

a concert of original pieces by current CalArts students

Sunday, November 16th

CalArts, Roy O. Disney Concert Hall

2PM Pacific/5PM Eastern

Out-of-town? Can’t make it to CalArts campus? Watch the concert *live* on the afternoon of the event, on the ROD Webcast.
I am performing in and directing a piece I composed for choir called “Titania’s Lullaby.” Its lyrics come from a scene in A Midsummer Night’s Dream in which fairies lull their queen Titania to sleep with a song. This is a new version, but it was originally commissioned for an experimental theatre company’s production of the play.

Oberon, Titania, Puck, and fairies. Painting by William Blake, 1796.

Special thanks to the ensemble: Amy, Diana, Drew, Gina, Ed, Julian, and Luke.


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All Original Music and Recordings ©℗ SARAH VAN SCIVER.

2 thoughts on “Concert Announcement: OK Composer @ CalArts

  1. Hi Sarah.

    You are Incredible!! Some much talent!! I just tried to go on line and listen to your concert much its wasn’t “on-line” I’m sure you music was wonderful!

    I’m so impressed with your ability to produce so much and so varied. You are just bursting with creativity….

    Thank you so much for included us and taking the time to notify us about what you are doing. It makes us feel so close to you. I’m thrilled that you are enjoying what you are doing and that you picked the right school.

    Will you be home for Xmas???I hope so and look forward to seeing you then. Hope you have a Happy Turkey Day.

    Love Marcy and Gene

  2. Thanks for sharing(I am such a pro onmy computr, Oh well I have not had my morning coffee ( Ha!) Happy Thanksgiving,,, XO Grammy

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