University of Kentucky, College of Fine Arts alum (DMA 1999) and current University of Michigan percussion professor Michael Gould presents his multimedia opus Remember Me, A lifetime drama in one hour.
Remember Me explores Gould’s experiences with loss, illness, and recovery whose title is taken from Dido's Lament from Purcell's opera Dido and Aeneas. A work in 18 movements based on poems by University of Michigan Residential College English lecturer Ken Mikolowski narrated by U-M drama professor Malcolm Tulip, the work combines Gould's original music and Nadja Raszewski's choreography performed by her Berlin-based Tangente Dance Company.
Michael Gould is a Professor of Music at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan and has received international recognition as a performer and scholar in the field of drumset, contemporary percussion performance and pedagogy. He has performed and given clinics all over the world. Dr. Gould is both a faculty member of the Jazz and Contemporary Improvisation Department in the School of Music, Theater & Dance and the Residential College (College of Literature, Science and the Arts) at the University of Michigan. Michael has released over 100 educational percussion videos through www.playalongmusic.com. He has also composed and performed music for a wide range of ensembles and venues from the Münich Opera and Ballet to National Public Radio. He has had unique collaborations with engineers, material scientists, painters, poets, athletes and business professionals. His book for the iPad-- The Drum Diaries is available worldwide through the Apple iTunes store. He is also the music director for Tangente Company in Berlin, Germany and Director of the Center for World Performance Studies at UM.
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