Brave New Worlds: Activism

Musical works act as aural records of turning points in the human story. This concert series offers a number of the most celebrated works of the canon, some reflecting major developments in thought and philosophy, and others showing the before and after of cataclysm.

Across four performances, the faculty and musicians of ANAM explore the breadth of political upheaval in music, from the enlightenment utopias of Mozart to the music born out of world war, to music birthed from revolution and protest, join us for this revolutionary journey to Brave New Worlds.

It’s been said that people scarcely feel unity in a more powerful way than when they unite to sing an anthem. This program celebrates that unity along with activists from different eras that have inspired musical works. Part of the program is curated by the ANAM musicians and consists of music motivated by action needed today.  

Repertoire to include:
Gioachino ROSSINI Overture from William Tell arr. Seymour
Pauline OLIVEROS Sonic Meditations

ANAM Musicians

The Brave New Worlds concert series is generously supported by Arnis and Robin Dzedins


For this event, tickets booked in advance are offered on a "pay what you wish" basis. In addition to a Standard price, we offer the option of paying A Little Extra for those who would like to contribute a little more, as well as the option of paying A Little LessRead more about the change here.

If you are booking over the phone, simply tell us your preferred ticket price. Tickets purchased at the door will be available at the Standard price and are subject to availability.

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