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Six Feet Apart is an innovative multimedia work of choral music based on real-life pandemic experiences that harnesses the power of music, poetry, and art to amplify diverse voices and foster collective healing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Featuring music composed by Ethan Gans-Morse and poetry by Tiziana DellaRovere, with special guest poets Anis Mojgani & Kim Stafford, video design by Camilla Tassi, performances by HEX and Brightwork Ensemble, and artwork by Betty LaDuke.
Anima Mundi Productions Presents
Six Feet Apart
Stories of Resilience and Transformation
H.B. LEE MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS
Video design by
Music direction by
Featuring performances by
HEX VOCAL ENSEMBLE
Story collection assisted by
SO. OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY
SO. OREGON JOBS WITH JUSTICE
Featured vocal soloists
MARIA ELENA ALTANY, LINDSAY ABDOU, LAUREL IRENE, DAVID CONLEY, ELIZABETH ANDERSON
ARON KALLAY, PIANO | MAGGIE PARKINS, CELLO | SHALINI VIJAYAN, VIOLIN
Six Feet Apart creators interviewed on All-Classical Portland and Jefferson Public Radio
Composer Ethan Gans-Morse and poet Tiziana DellaRovere were featured on Club Mod with Andrea Murray and The Jefferson Exchange with Geoffrey Riley. Click the buttons below to listen:
Anima Mundi Productions
So. Ore. Historical Society
Brightwork newmusic Ensemble
Lead Poet, Story Collector
Six Feet Apart is generously supported by the Oregon Arts Commission, the Oregon Community Foundation, the Miller Foundation, and the Oregon Cultural Trust and Jackson County Cultural Coalition, together investing in Oregon’s arts, heritage, and humanities.
Anima Mundi Productions offers special thanks to Dr. Mary Jane Morrison for sponsoring this production, and to lead donors Claudette & George Paige.
Our Heart of Humanity concert series celebrates the beauty of our natural world and inspires us to nurture the preciousness of all life on earth. As the relationship between humanity and our environment stands at a perilous crossroads, the regenerative power of the arts is more important than ever. Music, poetry, and the visual arts have the unique ability to reconnect us with our hearts, returning us to a state of peaceful equilibrium within ourselves and our community. Only then can we work together in common purpose to become better stewards of our planet.
The generosity of our grantors and donors makes it possible for us to present all four of these videos free online for all the world to enjoy. If these concerts have touched your heart, please consider making a tax-deductible contribution to Anima Mundi Productions.
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Art and life intertwine to find solace in the sharing that exposes systemic injustices. Much to my surprise, when I am interviewing for these stories, people thank me for listening and they tell me that they feel unburdened just by talking to me about their trauma.
— Tiziana DellaRovere (librettist, story collector)
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