UPDATE for Friday, April 13, 2012: Due to the level of interest in today’s Stewart Copeland public lecture, the event has been moved from O’Donnell Recital Hall to Caruth Auditorium. The start time is 1 p.m. The event is free; reserved tickets are no longer required.
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Stewart Copeland, now conducting a 3-day residency in SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts, sat down for an interview with KXT Public Radio as part of his Dallas visit. Tune in to 91.7 FM at 8:30 a.m. Friday, April 13, 2012, to listen to the first broadcast of the interview – or listen to the station’s live online stream at kxt.org/listen.
Copeland will give a public lecture at 1 p.m. Friday in the O’Donnell Recital Hall, 2130 Owen Arts Center. Reserve your free tickets from the Meadows Ticket Office, 214-768-2787 (214-SMU-ARTS).
Stewart Copeland, founding member of The Police and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame honoree, will conduct a mini-residency at the Meadows School of the Arts April 11-13, 2012.
Copeland’s residency will focus on his work as a composer. He will give guest lectures to music composition and film and media arts students about composing for orchestra, opera and ballet, as well as scoring for film and TV.
He also will work with the Meadows Percussion Ensemble, which will perform four of Copeland’s compositions during its spring concert at 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 11. Copeland will not perform with the group but will be in the audience.
On the last day of his visit, Copeland will give a public talk about his career, including his experiences with The Police.
Copeland was in Dallas a year ago when the group D’Drum — which includes Meadows faculty — presented the world premiere of his work Gamelan D’Drum with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra at the Meyerson Symphony Center.
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