Elizabeth Kirschner
POET, MEMOIRIST, WRITING MENTOR


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Notable Performances


Art/Memoir/Music, WAKING THE BONES, The Dance Hall, Kittery, Maine 2013

A three-way collaboration presenting excerpts from Waking The Bones, music by composer, Pamela Marshall and art work by Sirarpi Heghinian Walzer.


Art-Poem-Music:
May 16, 2008, 12pm at First Parish in Lexington, Lexington, MA
“Body and Soul”
Sirarpi Heghinian Walzer, Visual Artist
Elizabeth Kirschner, poet
Pamela J. Marshall composer

King’s Chapel
Boston, MA
January 27, 2008
New England Poetry
newly commissioned
for composer Carson P. Cooman
and poet Elizabeth Kirschner


Art-Poem-Music:
February 29, 2008, 7pm at FOPAC, 51 Walden, Concord, MA

“Body and Soul”
Sirarpi Heghinian Walzer, Visual Artist
Elizabeth Kirschner, poet
Pamela J. Marshall composer

The Memorial Church,
Harvard University,
Cambridge, MA
Premiere, November 11, 2007
“The Litany of Light”
a cantata with music by
Carson P. Cooman to the poetry
of Elizabeth Kirschner“The Ecstasy of Saint Teresa”
Poem by Elizabeth Kirschner
set to music by Thomas Oboe Lee,
Premiere June 5th, 1998
King’s Chapel
Boston, MA


“Mass for the Holy Year 2000”
Boston College, Boston MA
Composer Thomas Oboe Lee
poem by Elizabeth Kirschner

“A Poet’s Love”
An Evening of American
Songs and Arias featuring
“The Dichterliebe in Four Seasons
Soprano Linda Barillo
Pianist Benjamin McQuade
poetry by Elizabeth Kirschner
Austro-American Society
Vienna, September 20th, 2005

“The Dicherliebe in Four Seasons”
Soprano Jean Danton
Pianist Thomas Stumpf
poetry by Elizabeth Kirschner
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
October 14th, 2005, Brookline, MA

“Just Now”
Albany Pro Muscia and Orchestra
directed by David Griggs-Janower
for SATB chorus and orchestra
composed by Carson P. Cooman
poetry by Elizabeth Kirschner
Spring 2006

Art-Poem-Music:“Body and Soul”
Sirarpi Heghinian Walzer, artist
Elizabeth Kirschner, poet
Pamela J. Marshall, composer
Depot Square Gallery,
Lexington, MA
February 2, 2007
and March 29, 2007
Andover-Newton Theological School

“How Did I Get So Old”
music by Paul Stuart,
poetry by Elizabeth Kirschner
sung by Sandra Boysen
in several venues in
Rochester, NY 2007


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