Engage! Cleveland's 2017 Spring MIX
Thursday, May 25, 2017, 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Spring has sprung! Enjoy the warm weather and celebrate Cleveland at Engage! Cleveland's 2017 Spring MIX! This year's event is happening at SPACES and BOP STOPat The Music Settlement.
At this fun and interactive MIX event, you will have the opportunity to experience both of these locations. Walk between SPACES and Bop Stop and enjoy music, entertainment, food, artwork, network with other young professionals, and so much more! Special performance of "Morning from Tehran" by composer Nasim Khorassani (Iran).
There will be a cash bar available at each location.
Nasim Khorassani (b.1987), an Iranian composer and a violinist, is a GA at CSU. She found her approach through participating in different orchestras and various music workshops like modern dance schools in Germany (awarded by DAAD). She took part in workshops by Klaus Lang and Peter Ablinger in Iran, in 2012, performing their pieces, leading her to discover more about contemporary music. In 2013, she won a residency scholarship sponsored by Iran-UK Sonics in London, where she learned about the philosophy of contemporary sound from Keith Rowe, Chris Watson, and Angharad Davies. She has studied composition with Arman Noroozi, Mohamad Reza Tafazzoli, Kiawasch Sahebnassagh, Sara Abazari, Greig D'Alessio, and Andrew Rindfleisch.
Share your experience and use the hashtag #ECspringMIX
Parking is on your own, but free street parking is available nearby.
Tickets are only $10 when you register in advance. Tickets are $15 at the door.
Please note: This event sells out every time. Please get your tickets early if you want to attend. Refunds are not available.
Engage! Cleveland is a resource for Cleveland's young professionals to connect to the organizations, nonprofits, events, businesses and individuals that will help them become better integrated to the city. Founded in 2012, Engage! Cleveland got its start as a collaboration between the business community and some young professionals who noticed a need for an initiative that would raise Cleveland's profile as a top destination for YPs to begin and advance their careers.