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Welcome Lunch & Open Studio with Tatiana Pandiani & Jacinta Clusellas

  • April 11, 2017 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
  • St Mane Theatre – Upper Level Studio + Google Map

Welcome artists in residence Tatiana and Jacinta to Lanesboro and learn about their project “NORA” over lunch at the St. Mane Theatre on Tuesday, April 11.  Feel free to bring a dish to pass, but a light lunch and refreshments will be provided! No advance registration is necessary, but feel free to get in touch with the artists by contacting Program Director Adam Wiltgen at or 507-467-2446.

Tatiana and Jacinta will be working on NORA, a new documentary musical theatre piece inspired by Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House” and the true stories of mothers & wives across the country, April 10-24, 2017 as artists in residence at Lanesboro Arts. To learn more about their residence and project please CLICK HERE.

Tatiana: I am a director, writer and theater educator based in NYC. I am passionate about making performance that lives at the borderlines between traditional theatre, music performance and dance. Originally from Buenos Aires, I grew up traveling due to me father’s career and was lucky enough to live in places such as Kingston, Jamaica; Atlanta; Boston; Miami and NYC. I work in collaboration with artists off all kinds and depend of others’ creativities to tell the stories I am interested in. This means that I get to always learn from the people involved. I find myself experimenting with content and form in almost every project.

Jacinta: I am a composer, guitarist and music educator based in NYC. I believe in music as an universal language and I am passionate about combining music performance with multidisciplinary arts. I was born in Buenos Aires, and moved to Boston to pursue my Bachelor’s degree at Berklee College of Music. For the past few years I have been performing my original music as a band leader, writing and arranging music, while also being part of different theater productions in NYC. I work as a Teaching Artist at the New York Philharmonic and participate at the Carnegie Hall Music Educators Workshop, and I am looking forward to applying the skills I am learning to this new project! I am very excited to keep on developing ideas that involve new collaborations with people from all kinds of cultures and backgrounds.

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