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Body Like Scripture

Weaving together electroacoustic music, spoken word, and ritual, Silen Wellington shares pieces of their transgender journey, exploring themes of legibility/illegibility, coherence/incoherence, survival/resistance, and the sacred/profane.

Performance dates and Locations:

Mercury Cafe in Denver, CO at 10pm on Saturday, September 14
Wesley Chapel in Boulder, CO at 7:30pm on Sunday, September 15
Wolverine Farm in Fort Collins, CO at 7pm on Monday, September 16

Tickets go on sale August 2nd.

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7:30 PM19:30

Premier of "it is not for fear"

Come see the premier of a new choral work by Selena Wellington - "it is not for fear," sung by Ars Nova. Two performances:

Friday, April 27, 7:30pm - Bethany Lutheran Church, 4500 E. Hampden Avenue, Cherry Hills Village and

Saturday, April 28, 7:30pm - St. John's Episcopal Church, 1419 Pine Street, Boulder

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2:00 PM14:00

Fragmenting Ymir: Immersive Backyard Theater

  • 1402 Old Tale Road Boulder, CO, 80303 United States (map)
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Join us for a musical/performative garden experience exploring a genderqueer reading of the Norse myth of Ymir.

Stop by any time between the hours of 2 and 4pm. Interaction with the garden and performers is encouraged. 

Music by S. Wellington
Design by Kellie Masterson
Choreography by Riley Bartlett
Poetry by S. Wellington

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7:00 PM19:00

Post-election concert

"Behind the storm of daily conflict and crisis...the poet, the artist, the musician continue the quiet work of centuries, building bridges of experience between peoples, reminding us...that the forces that unite are deeper than those that divide." -John F. Kennedy

A free post-election concert presented by Sound Circle and Resonance Women's Chorus

Featuring a world premier of my piece "Dream of What the World Could."

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7:30 PM19:30

For Blake

A night of chamber music disguised as my junior recital.

Featuring the premier of a 40 minute chamber work that explores one woman's journey through motherhood after her son was diagnosed with Down syndrome.  

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7:30 PM19:30

CU Now Composer Fellows' Initiative

Join me and 3 other CU composers in the premier of our opera scenes performed by CU students.

It’s family therapy time at the mental hospital and Sara’s parents desperately want to know why she attempted suicide and how they can help her. Sara tries to explain but is afraid of hurting them with the details. In a culture that seems to collect more prescription labels and diagnoses each day, “Steel Altar” examines how darkness affects relationships and ultimately how healing begins with honesty.

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