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Classical Music for Sat., June 1
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    Inversion Ensemble: Heroes/Monsters: Songs of Legends & Beasts

    Austin’s acclaimed choral collective explores mythic tales of heroes, monsters, legendary triumphs, and dramatic failures through new music by local composers. Hear musical stories of King Lear, the frightening dragon Ladon, ancient Baal, terrifying Medusa, and more. This concert includes premieres of new works by composers Trevor F. Shaw, Robbie LaBanca, Adrienne Inglis, Alexander Johnson, Marjorie Halloran, and Michael Alec Rose – as conducted by Rachel Davis. Adventure should always sound this good!
    Sat., June 1, 7pm; Westminster Presbyterian Church, 3208 Exposition. Sun., June 2, 3pm; Redeemer Presbyterian Church, 2111 Alexander. Donations accepted.
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    Fream Ad Wall

    The percussive powerhouse of line upon line presents an evening in which artificial intelligence, synthetic voices, video projection, and bespoke electronic kits imbue two major works by the Costa Rica-born, Vancouver-based composer Mauricio Pauly.
    May 31-June 2. Fri.-Sun., 8pm. $10-18.  
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    Turned Voice

    This is an artist-led course that works with the singing voice in experimental, theoretical, and psychological contexts. Over three days, Sarah Ruth, Justin Jones, and Christina Carter will present divergent ideas, methods, and practices related to the art of singing.
    May 31-June 2. Fri.-Sat., 7:30pm; Sun., 2pm. $20-50.  

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