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Yoko Ono: Four Works for Washington and the World
In celebration of the tenth anniversary of Yoko Onos Wish Tree for Washington, DC, the Hirshhorn will present a selection of the artists most iconic and emotionally charged installations and performances. Beginning June 17, in addition to having the opportunity to attach handwritten wishes to Wish Tree, visitors will be able to pay tribute to their mothers through My Mommy Is Beautiful and view Sky TV for Washington, DC. The focus will culminate in September with a daylong concert featuring Onos music.
The concert will feature Washington-based and national musicians, who will present their variations of Onos works and their own pieces inspired by her key role in performance history. A precursor to contemporary Noise music, Onos concerts and recordings from 1960 onwards set the scene for experimental music and vocal techniques.