A performance and discussion based on Homer's Odyssey
Monday, March 14, 7 pm
The Paideia Institute invites you to join us at The Duplex in Manhattan for an evening of live performance and discussion with composer Joe Goodkin. Joe will perform his interpretation of the Odyssey, a 30-minute composition for solo acoustic guitar and voice that deconstructs the story of Homer's Odyssey in 24 short songs. The performance evokes in contemporary musical mode both the abridged plot and the performance context of the ancient epic. Joe's Odyssey includes performance, lecture, and interactive discussion.
The performance will take place on Monday, March 14th at the Duplex at 61 Christopher Street in Manhattan at 7pm. Tickets are available at a discounted rate of $10 online payable with a credit card. Tickets purchased at the door are $15. Drinks will be available for purchase at the show.
Free Student Tickets!
The Paideia Institute is happy to offer free tickets currently enrolled students and graduate students. To receive free admission, students must register in advance and present a valid student ID at the door.
Please direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 609.429.0734.
About the Performer
Joe Goodkin received a BA in Classics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and has years of experience performing original rock and acoustic music. He has been performing his unique interpretation of the Odyssey since 2003. In the years since, he has performed his Odyssey nearly 200 times in 22 states and has been honored with several ASCAP Composers' awards.