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The complete 2022-2023 DEIB Artists will be updated soon!

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Call for Performers


  • Deadline: Rolling submission.

  • Participants will receive a professional recording of performance and certificate of participation upon request.

 Concerts will be open to the public. They will be videotaped & posted on DEIB Festival website 

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Lunar New Year Celebration Concert
Tuesday, January 31, 2023, 7:30pm
Deadline: closed

  • Any multi-disciplinary collaboration related to the Lunar New Year

  • Works by composers of Asian descent in celebration of the Lunar New Year

DEIB Cabaret: Color Me!
Friday, February 10, 2023, 7:30pm
Deadline: closed

  • Cabaret-style performance that involves students, faculty, and the community from across artistic disciplines. Performances can range from singing, dancing, poetry reading, monologues, dialogues, stand-up comedy, etc.

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When Music Speaks and Moves II
Monday, March 06, 2023, 7:30pm
Deadline: closed

  • Interested musicians/students will be collaborating with selected dancers/student choreographers from the UW Dance Department or dancers from the local communities. Dancers will create/choreograph a piece to a solo /duo work (e.g. a piece for solo piano or solo oboe or duo piece for an instrument/voice and piano)  by underrepresented composers, living composers or systematically and historically marginalized composers. The DEIB Festival team will pair a soloist /duo with one dancer or two dancers (for pas de deux) so they can start brainstorming and collaborating.

Masterclass with Dr. Artina McCain
Friday, April 07, 2023, 1:00 pm
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  • Masterclass with Dr. Artina McCain with selected students. Works by underrepresented, living composers, and systematically and historically marginalized composers are highly encouraged (but not necessarily required). Performances on piano solo, chamber and collaborative works are possible.

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