The May 17, 2021 video presentation by Aloma Bardi is now published on the ICAMus YouTube channel; the complete Essay, and the accompanying resources – PowerPoint presentation, Music tracks with direct interactive links, Song texts and translations, Comments by the duo Emergence Music, Bibliography – are accessible on the ICAMus website, In-Depth section.
Watch the video HERE.
Read, listen to, view, and download the In-Depth materials HERE.
This video lecture and its accompanying in-depth resources are recommended in preparation for the ICAMus events in Florence, May 2022. Discover the program HERE.
This page is illustrated with screen shots and slides from Aloma Bardi’s video lecture Lo sguardo poetico americano. “America is a Poem.” The original artwork featured in the illustrations is by Antonella Bardi-SguardiDanza Centro per la Coreografia e le Arti Visive: Emily Dickinson’s Herbarium Reimagined, mixed media collages 1990s-2020; some of the collages were commissioned specifically for this program.
Image above: Aloma Bardi presenting on Poets and Composers from the United States and American Art Song at the ICAMus Studio in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, on May 17, 2021.
The ICAMus project, AMERICAN ART SONG: POETS AND COMPOSERS FROM THE UNITED STATES, features numerous rarities and emphasizes the prominence of American women poets and composers. A collaboration of ICAMus with Lyceum Club Internazionale di Firenze and SguardiDanza-Centro per la Coreografia e le Arti Visive. The program is directed by Aloma Bardi and Nicole Panizza.
In the photo above: the duo EMERGENCE MUSIC (Nadine Benjamin, soprano - Nicole Panizza, piano) who perform the ICAMus program of American Art Song composers setting American poets, in Florence, Lyceum Club Internazionale, on May 16, 2022. Photo © Robert Workman.
Learn more about pianist-musicologist Dr. Nicole Panizza, member of the ICAMus Advisory Board HERE.
Learn more about lyric soprano and mentor Nadine Benjamin, MBE HERE.