Re:Sound 4: andPlay/New Morse Code
Join us for the fourth 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
Grab a drink and hang out at the Bop Stop, recently voted #1 best venue in the country by All About Jazz' Reader's Poll! This afternoon's performers are coming to us from Lawrence, KS and NYC.
Show starts at 5pm, doors open at 4:30pm.
$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: Small parking lot adjacent to venue and ample street parking in the area. It's a busy neighborhood, so come early to find parking.
Bethany Younge - ing ing ing ing ing ing ing ing ing ing ing into
Leah Asher - Letters to my future self
Sky Macklay - Maps
andPlay is a violin and viola duo whose program, "Glass Screams," showcases three female composers whose works highlight different aspects of the human experience. Younge uses the performer's instruments and voices in ing ing...into (2018) to explore the limits of silence and chaos. Asher's graphic score, Letters to my future self (2018), is inspired by letters of advice that friends and family wrote to themselves, imploring one to consider one's own hopes and dreams for the future. Finally, Macklay's Maps (of friendship) (2019) is a light-hearted look at the restless nature of our contemporary lives, using google map images of the often traveled paths of both performers.
NEW MORSE CODE
Christopher Stark - The Language of Landscapes
George Lam - The Emigrants
New Morse Code is a cello/percussion duo dedicated to catalyzing collaboration and building community. Christopher Stark's The Language of Landscapes makes a commentary on human wastefulness and resourcefulness by juxtaposing sounds and concepts relating to what we perceive as natural and synthetic. George Lam's The Emigrants uses oral history interviews Lam conducted with immigrant musicians living and working in Queens to tell unique stories about the role music has played in their transition to the US.
The Bop Stop at the Music Settlement (View)
2920 Detroit Rd.
Cleveland, OH 44113
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|