Sehr Flash: Fiction Becomes Music

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NANO Fiction says
NANO Fiction, in partnership with New Music USA, is excited to announce two performances of Sehr Flash: Fiction Becomes Music—Saturday, October 17, 9:30-10:15 at Clayworks, as part of Lit Crawl Austin and the Texas Book Festival in conjunction with Lit Crawl Austin/Texas Book Festival, and Sunday, October 18th 2pm at Bates Recital Hall, University of Texas.

Sehr Flash is a collaborative reading and musical performance by flash fiction writers—Callie Collins, Kelly Luce, Michael McGriff, Vincent Scarpa, Jessica Richardson, and Matthew Salesses—and composers—Russell Podgorsek and Hermes Camacho—and the Cordova Quartet.

Inspired by sehr Rasch, a German tempo marking for very fast music, Podgorsek and Camacho composed full–yet very short–arrangements from stories created for the project by each writer. During the performances, each story will be read as the quartet performs the composers’ versions of the inspired works.

Admission to each performance is free and open to the public.

More information on Sehr Flash, the collaborators, and all of NANO’s upcoming events can be found at nanofiction.org.
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By: NANO Fiction

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