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Jocelyn Hagen06/02/2018 at 11:05am

Announcement Day!! (I’ve begun on work on my first multimedia symphony..) –

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Jocelyn Hagen06/02/2018 at 9:09am

This year I’m composing a work for SATB choir, orchestra, and video projections based on the gorgeous notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci, using Muséik, the latest in video syncing technology.

The world premiere will take place March 30 & 31 in Minnesota, but then it will be performed all over the world with regional premieres throughout 2019.

I still have a few openings for more ensembles to join this consortium, if you’re interested! Send me an email: jocelyn@jocelynhagen.com.

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Jocelyn Hagen05/31/2018 at 7:56am

Spent yesterday afternoon in rehearsal for our Nation show next Tuesday! Can’t wait to share some new songs with you. And if you haven’t purchased tickets yet, I recommend doing it in advance! Our last show at Icehouse was sold out, and we had to turn people away at the door!

Tuesday, June 5, 7:00 p.m., Bryant Lake Bowl (link to event and ticket info in comments!)

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Jocelyn Hagen05/26/2018 at 11:45am

So thrilled to be working with Craig Hella Johnson and Conspirare this year. If you don’t know anything about this amazing group, please take a a few minutes to watch this beautiful video. I know they will give the most glorious premiere of SONGS FOR MUSKA in March.

Congratulations, Conspirare, on 25 years of incredible music making!!

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Conspirare Celebrates 25 Years

Conspirare kicked off its 25th Anniversary Celebration at Hidden Music on April 19, 2018. Friends of Conspirare came together to reflect on the past, celebra…
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Jocelyn Hagen05/13/2018 at 12:18pm

It is a beautiful day! My kids gave me the opportunity to go for a run today, which I really enjoyed. During the run I thought a lot about all the mothers over in Afghanistan. (For those of you who don’t know, I’m writing an evening-length piece for Conspirare based on the poetry from the women of Afghanistan ~ and many of those women are mothers.) I was thinking about how I wanted to begin the piece, and this came to mind:

“I do not speak for these women.
We do not speak for these women.
We simply share their stories
so you can admire and applaud
their spirits, words, and bravery.”

At the very least it might just be in the score, but maybe it should be said out loud at the beginning. I don’t know. What do you think?

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Jocelyn Hagen04/29/2018 at 7:22pm

You know you’ve connected with your singers when they take a line of text from your song and put it on their graduation cap. 🙂

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