One Painting at a Time: Bertie Baigent – Clyfford Still Museum

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Seated crowd listens to an artist talk about one painting in detail

One Painting at a Time with artist Jonathan Saiz by CSM Staff

One Painting at a Time: Bertie Baigent

Tue, Mar 3, 2020, 1–2 pm
Venue: Clyfford Still Museum
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Join us for this signature program that challenges participants to spend quality time with a single painting. Take in a new perspective and look beyond your first impressions. Our session on March 3 is led by artist Bertie Baigent, Assistant Conductor of the Colorado Symphony and he will discuss Clyfford Still’s PH-960.

Headshot of Bertie Baigent holding a conductor's baton

Bertie Baigent

Clyfford Still Museum
Lanny & Sharon Martin Galleries
Included with Museum admission, always free for CSM members
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Large abstract oil painting on canvas by artist Clyfford Sill

Clyfford Still, PH-960, 1960. Oil on canvas, 112 x 144 inches. Clyfford Still Museum, Denver, CO. © City and County of Denver / ARS, NY

About Bertie Baigent
British-born Bertie Baigent has been Assistant Conductor of the Colorado Symphony since the 2018/19 season.  In addition to his work in Denver he is Music Director of Waterperry Opera Festival (UK) and has worked with orchestras such as the St Louis and Dallas Symphony Orchestras, the London Sinfonietta, and the WDR-Sinfonieorchester in Cologne.  Also a composer, Bertie’s works have been performed by ensembles such as the Aurora Orchestra, the viol consort Fretwork, and the Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral; he has been awarded prizes and commissions by organizations including the BBC, the Royal Philharmonic Society, and the National Centre for Early Music.  Bertie studied at the University of Cambridge and Royal Academy of Music in London, and has always been fascinated by the visual arts, recently composing a piece inspired by the paintings of Modigliani.

 

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