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A musical spectrum of colors inspired by Virginia Jaramillo: Part 2

'Principle of Equivalence' by Virginia Jaramillo (1975)
E. G. Schempf, 2019.
Collection of the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Missouri: Gift of Robert and Sally West.
'Principle of Equivalence' by Virginia Jaramillo (1975)

Artist Virginia Jaramillo will have a retrospective art exhibit at the Kemper Museum of Art all summer long. The Kemper will also have a variety of special events, including two specially curated concerts by newEar Contemporary Chamber Ensemble on July 15 to accompany her paintings. Explore music inspired by her artwork in the second of two shows exploring her work.

Sascha Groschang
Laurel Parks

The Blue Bamoula
by Charles Wuorinen
Ursula Oppens - piano

Yellow Fission and Tile
by Nico Muhly
Nico Muhly - piano, Nadia Sirota - viola

by Hauschka
Hauschka - prepared piano, electronics

Limestone and Felt
by Caroline Shaw
Claire Bryant - cello, Nadia Sarota - viola

by Iannis Xenakis
Arturo Tamayo and the Luxembourg Philharmonic Orchestra

Wild Purple
by Joan Tower
Paul Neubauer - viola

Northern Light
by Penelope Trappes
Penelope Trappes

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