Re:Sound 6: No Exit/Ju-Ping Song/ParkJones
Join us for the closing 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 Lancaster (PA), Detroit, Chicago, and Cleveland.
Show starts at 4pm, doors open at 3:30pm.
$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.
Emma Eddy - The Canary and the Crane* (CoLab Participant)
Mya Vandegrift - Non-Alcoholic Beverages* (CoLab Participant)
Yoon-Ji Lee - In Dark Sunshine
Inspired by the sounds of birds in the early morning, Eddy's new work incorporates many trills and melodic sounds in order to recreate the beautiful sound of birdsong. Vandegrift considers Non-Alcoholic Beverages a joy to compose, because through its simple melodies, experimental notation, and instrumentation, she felt she was able to express the lightness and inspiration that comes from living in the moment doing what you love, no alcoholic beverages needed. Korean-born, New York/Boston-based composer Yoon-Ji Lee focuses on rapidly transforming gestures, textures, harmonies, and tone colors, all weaved intricately into both acoustic and electroacoustic mediums.
ParkJones, a collaboration between composers Joo Won Park and Molly Jones, provides a platform for both to expand their electroacoustic improvisations. ParkJones takes a hybrid approach to orchestration while digging further into their toolboxes.
Amy Beth Kirsten - h.o.p.e
Nicole Lizée - Lynch Études
In her on-going project of powerful new voices, Ju-Ping Song presents two works based on fallibility and trauma. In h.o.p.e. (2015), Amy Beth Kirsten was inspired by The Big Hope Show, an exhibition of twenty-five artists, who survived enormous personal trauma and whose soulful creations reflect the radiant and transformative power of hope. In her third cinema piece, Lynch Études, Nicole Lizée explores her preoccupation with the fallibility of media in excerpts from David Lynchs films, capturing, replicating, and transforming what she calls those beautiful mistakes.
The Bop Stop at the Music Settlement (View)
2920 Detroit Rd.
Cleveland, OH 44113
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|