Soundtrack for an Exhibition: Lecture with Composer Patrick Deane

Providence Art Club Lecture

Soundtrack for an Exhibition with Composer Patrick Deane

Thursday, October 21 at 6pm

Live via Zoom, Free Admission Registration Required

Join us for a special interactive Zoom lecture with composer Patrick Deane, who will discuss his creation of a signature musical composition inspired by the historic Providence Art Club. Attendees will hear Patrick’s Art Club inspired composition as it premiers to audiences for the first time in this exciting virtual program. Patrick will also discuss his work and technique as an emerging composer, and speak to how he composed an original piece of music which draws on the unique aesthetic of the Art Club, which was founded in 1880 and is one of the oldest art organizations in the United States. A question and answer period will be moderated by the Club’s Gallery Manager Michael Rose. All are welcome to this free, public program!

About Patrick Deane

Patrick Deane is a songwriter and composer originally from Framingham, Massachusetts, and now based in New York City. Writing in a variety of different styles for theatrical pieces, he is known best for composing The Shakespearean Jazz Show, which toured in Boston, New Orleans, and New York from 2012-2019. He composed his first “Soundtrack for an Exhibition” at the Danforth Art Museum and also composed for a performance at the “Chop Shop: Bodies of Work Festival”. He is currently working towards his Master’s degree in Writing and Design for Musical Theatre at Berklee College of Music’s campus in Manhattan.

Learn more about Patrick at his website: www.patrickdeanegreeley.com

This program is free and all are welcome, but registration is required. Ticket registration closes October 28 at 11:30am. Attendees will receive a Zoom link for this program via email to morning of the event. For questions, email Gallery Manager Michael Rose at michael@providenceartclub.org.

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