Rubble Becomes Art

In celebration of its 20th season, Pan Harmonia commissioned composer Dosia McKay to create an innovative work for voice, flute, bassoon and guitar for the chamber music repertoire and for the citizens of North Carolina. This endeavor was funded by a North Carolina Arts Council Program Support grant and private donors.

“Rubble Becomes Art,” is a triptych featuring the poetry of Sally Atkins, Valerie Foote and Cathy Larson Sky.

The project was announced and the selected poems and poets were presented at Malaprops Bookstore/Café in Asheville on March 1, 2019. The event featured a talk by Dosia McKay about her creative process.

Malaprops Bookstore/Café, Asheville, March 1, 2019

Kate Steinbeck and Dosia McKay with “Rubble Becomes Art” completed. 7/2019

November 2019


Peek behind-the-scenes of Asheville’s home-grown music collective

| Friday, 2 PM Osher Lifelong Learning InstituteFree admission; Open to the public

2 | Saturday, 12:30 PM Black Mountain College Museum and Art CenterFree admission; Open to the public

Flutist Kate Steinbeck and guitarist Amy Brucksch will play music and speak about “Women’s Work,” featuring music and poetry fusion work, “Rubble Becomes Art.”


World Premiere of “Rubble becomes Art,” a work about healing, reconciliation, and transformation

Kate Steinbeck flute • Brittnee Siemon mezzo-soprano
Amy Brucksch guitar • Rosalind Buda bassoon

8 | Friday, 7:30 PM St James Episcopal Church Black Mountain TICKETS
9 | Saturday evening NC Writers Network Conference Asheville INFO HERE
10| Sunday, 3 PM Biltmore United Methodist Church Asheville TICKETS

“Rubble becomes Art,” was created with support from NCAC and through the generosity of Pan Harmonia Donors.