Performance: A Musical Exploration of Dalí’s Floral Fantasies

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May 23 @ 6:00pm 7:00pm

In conjunction with our special exhibition, Reimagining Nature: Dalí’s Floral Fantasies, join us for a special evening of art and music, where composer and musician Jennifer Theuer Růžička will create unique improvisational compositions in response to images from the exhibition.

She will tune into the colors, shapes and emotions within Dalí’s work and transform them into melodies, weaving harmonies that mirror the elements of the print suites. Don’t miss this opportunity to step into an enchanting musical experience as art and sound combine to explore Dalí’s surreal botanicals.

Location: The Dalí Museum’s Will Raymund Theater
Tickets: $5 for Museum members | $10 for non-members

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Admission to the galleries is not included with this ticket purchase. You are encouraged to visit the gallery prior to the workshop.

Alchymie /aka Jennifer Theuer Růžička/, was created in 2013. Through electronic and acoustic instruments, sound loops, and field recordings Alchymie spans ambient soundscapes, electronica, new age and drone; painting textural atmospheres of sound for recordings or performances with a conceptual focus.

Jennifer has been composing and performing professionally for over 30 years. Classically trained with an eclectic background in R&B, funk, fusion, rock, jazz, pop, new age, and experimental. In 2022 she joined Colombian drummer/percussionist and producer Diego Verney to form the esoteric electronica project Beta Lyra. She performs & records internationally having toured with Alexander O’Neal, former Paisley Park artist David “T.C.” Ellis, Mallia “The Queen of Funk” Franklin from Parliament-Funkadelic and Parlet; collaborating with drone artist Gregg Skloff, New Age group Spectral Reflections, and performing with Czech legends Pavel Bobek, and Karel Šůcha and Laura A Její Tygří(Laura and Her Tigers). She continues to follow Alchymie in music, searching for the beauty that is transformation. 

That search continues also through her sound healing work and the exploration of sound as a way to provide multidimensional well-being.