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KEYNOTE: Jazz/Opera and the Staging of Race

Linda Hutcheon, Michael Hutcheon

Published: 2008-09-04

VIDEO: While examining the presence of improvisatory practices in opera over the course of history, the Hutcheons discuss the ongoing hybridization of opera with other art forms, and how racial identities have been represented in opera. TEXT: An abstract and biographies for the speakers.

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If people talked the way they drummed in improvisation, then I think the world would be a lot nicer…

– Youth participant, ICASP improvisation workshop