Re:Sound 3: Dykes & Young/Stephanie Lamprea
Join us for the third show of our 2nd annual new and experimental music festival, Re:Sound 2019! This 4-day event brings together and showcases pioneers in the arts at some of Cleveland's most intimate spaces. The festival is presented by Cleveland Uncommon Sound Project. Visit uncommonsoundCLE.com for the full festival schedule and more information
Come hang out in the Collinwood arts district in this amazing gallery space! This afternoon's performers are coming to us from Boston and Austin!
Show starts at 1pm, doors open at 12:30pm.
$12 general/$8 students and seniors
$35 festival pass/$25 students and senior festival pass (gets you into all 6 shows!)
-purchase tickets in advance (going on sale in early May)
-no one turned away for lack of funds
Parking info: Ample street parking in the area.
DYKES & YOUNG
New works by the performers to be announced from the stage.
Dykes and Young, the duo of bassist Laura Dykes (Austin, TX) and violinist Jeffrey Young (Boston, MA), makes meditative, ecstatic, acoustic music grounded in deep listening. Beginning with improvisation in spaces with special atmospheres and acoustics, they create musical structures that over time become fixed compositions. This program features works developed in rehearsal and during their January-February 2019 tour of the Southwest.
Louis dHeudieres - Laughter Studies 2
Aaron Jay Myers - Lichens 3
Cullyn D. Murphy - new work, title TBA
Stephanie Lamprea, a Boston-based vocalist, presents works that explore the roles of linguistics, extended techniques and improvisation. Louis d'Heudieres' Laughter Studies 2 features two vocalizing performers (Stephanie, and an audience volunteer!) who imitate and describe an audio score transmitted on headphones. Aaron Jay Myers' Lichens III is the third of the Lichens series which embodies the many beautiful and bizarre types of this organism through language displacement and extreme vocal range. Cullyn Murphy's new work for voice and objects (work title TBA) musically, textually, and physically explores teleology, middle-ground and our forced desire to move past uncertainty.
Praxis Fiber Workshop & Gallery (View)
15301 Waterloo Rd.
Cleveland, OH 44111
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|Dog Friendly: No|
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