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Cambodian Culture, Art and History

Cambodian Culture, Art and History

DEC 1 - 20, 2017


Join ArtsEmerson and various community partners as we present Cambodian Culture, Art and History a month-long series of free and ticketed community engagement events in Boston and Lowell that include films, conversations and workshops; and culminate with the community screening of the film First They Killed My Father, produced by Oscar-nominated Rithy Pahn and Angelina Jolie, and ArtsEmerson’s presentation of Bangsokol: A Requiem for Cambodia, the first major symphonic work created by Panh and composer Him Sophy - survivors of the Khmer Rouge. Other events include a Rithy Panh film retrospective, Cambodian classical music workshop and the Welcome to Boston Cast Party for Bangsokol: A Requiem for Cambodia.


SCHEDULE OF EVENTS


THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7

Conversation with Him Sophy

11:00AM @ Middlesex Community College
Assembly Room in Federal Library
50 Kearney Square, Lowell, MA 01852


Free and open to the public, no rsvp required
Cambodian Classical Music Workshop

Come and observe a master class with musicians from Cambodia and Lowell as they learn the score from Bangsokol: A Requiem for Cambodia.

2:00PM @ UMass Lowell
Durgin Hall #113
35 Wilder St, Lowell, MA 01854


Free and open to the public, no rsvp required
Exclusion, Internment and Today

6:30PM @ Old South Meeting House
310 Washington St., Boston, MA 02108


FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8


SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9


TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19 and WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20

Bangsokol: A Requiem for Cambodia

7:30PM @ Emerson Paramount Center | Robert J. Orchard Stage, Boston