Let My Deafness No Longer be a Secret, Even in My Art

Gregory Allicar Museum of Art 1400 Remington St, Fort Collins

Speaker: Bruce Adolphe, OtHA Artistic Director and composer Program: As early as 1806, Beethoven wrote in the margins of his sketchbook for the Razumovsky Quartets: “Let your deafness no longer be a secret — even in art.”  Surely, this proclamation must be taken seriously and while no musical manifestation of his deafness can be definitively […]

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Creativity in the Service of Determining and Facilitating Goals

Gregory Allicar Museum of Art 1400 Remington St, Fort Collins

in Music-Centered Music Psychotherapy Speaker: Dr. Alan Turry, research scientist at NYU Steinhardt and the Managing Director of the Nordoff-Robbins Center for music therapy Music-centered music psychotherapy incorporates both the artistic and scientific components of music therapy practice. Based on the pioneering work of the american composer Paul Nordoff and his partner Dr. Clive Robbins, […]

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Music and Healing: Music Therapists Talk Shop

Gregory Allicar Museum of Art 1400 Remington St, Fort Collins

Speakers: Alan Turry, research scientist at NYU Steinhardt and the Managing Director of the Nordoff-Robbins Center for music therapy; Blythe LaGasse, CSU Professor of Music Therapy;  Heather Fjare, music therapist at Poudre Valley Hospital; Rebekah Stewart, Rehabilitation Music Therapist; Bruce Adolphe, host and artistic director of OtHA. Off the Hook Arts Festival shines a spotlight […]

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Strangers on the Earth: an interview with the Director

Gregory Allicar Museum of Art 1400 Remington St, Fort Collins

Speakers: Bruce Adolphe, OtHA Artistic Director and composer; Tristan Cook, film director Program:  Meet documentary film director Tristan Cook interviewed by Off the Hook Arts Artistic Director Bruce Adolphe, as they delve into his most recent film, Strangers on the Earth. Perhaps Europe's most popular pilgrimage, the Camino de Santiago attracts wayfarers of all stripes […]

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Beethoven: A Medical Biography

Gregory Allicar Museum of Art 1400 Remington St, Fort Collins

Speaker: Dr. Benjamin Lebwohl, Gastroenterologist, Louis and Gloria Flanzer Scholar at Columbia University Medical Center Much ink has been spilled on Beethoven’s personal struggles and the relationship between his life and works. The onset of Beethoven’s hearing loss prompted a personal and professional crisis that transformed his compositional output and altered the development of classical […]

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