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Inter Alia, Boston, MA, Nov 29

I would like to invite everyone to a couple of performances by my
group Inter Alia.

Wednesday, November 29th, 6 p.m. we perform "Voice of the
Pomegranate: A Visual and Musical Exploration of Middle Eastern
Symbolism" in conjunction with the Gallery of Social and Political
Art's exhibit "Songs of the Sand: Visual Perspectives of the Middle
East." The gallery is located at 565 Boylston St., 2nd floor in
Boston. For more information, please go to www.gspaboston.org. This
is a free event.

Here is a bit of background on the group:
Inter Alia is an interdisciplinary improvisational performance
group. Our name is taken from the Latin: "inter" meaning "between"
or "among," "alia" meaning "others," "someone else," or "something
else." Each piece we perform is created in a completely
collaborative manner. We try, as musicians, dancers, visual artists
and performance artists, to open ourselves to the unique
vocabularies of each other's particular traditions, and to challenge
and be challenged by the borders between them. In the process, we
hope to create pieces which are innovative and thought-provoking
while remaining emotionally accessible and at times downright fun.
We are: Yael Bat-Shimon, violinist; Emily Beattie and Andrea
Cheatham, dancers; Joseph Darensbourg, vocalist; Mike Hall,
digital media artist; and Skye Schulte, painter. You can visit our
website at www.interalia.zoomshare.com.

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