|8th March 2021|
|Online Event Fife|
|Free but booking is essential|
|Event organiser/part of StAnza 2021|
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Join Marina Kazakova to learn about her work on symphonic poetry
Marina Kazakova is a poet and researcher, whose work explores how lyric poetry can be expressed through audio and visual media, as well as asking how the symphony – orchestral music’s most famous form – can be seen to shape the artform. Join Marina to hear more about ‘On How the Palace Bridge Opens Up its Hands’, a Russian language symphonic poem bringing together poetry and animation and showcased as part of our filmpoem programme.
This event will take place on Zoom.
Participants: Marina Kazakova
Marina Kazakova: Lene Mesotten
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