cinnamon sphere at open ears, fri may 21


Subject: cinnamon sphere at open ears, fri may 21
From: Darren Copeland (darcope@interlog.com)
Date: Thu May 13 1999 - 11:59:32 EDT


What is this... the fifth reason to go to Kitchener?

The info keeps on coming!!!!

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>Subject: cinnamon sphere at open ears, fri may 21
>Cc: wwragget@vanisle.net, mumatrix@interlog.com, artifact@mail.interlog.com,
> bze21674@nifty.ne.jp, mjean@unixg.ubc.ca, synaptic_circus@yahoo.com,
> smlwrld@interlog.com, hausfrau@interlog.com, bentleyl@unm.edu,
> darcope@interlog.com, rixax@vex.net
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>Celebrate the act of Listening!
>
>KITCHENER'S OPEN EARS FESTIVAL OF MUSIC AND SOUND
>May 19-24, 1999
>
>Peter Hatch Artistic Director
>
>CINNAMON SPHERE Friday, May 21 10:30 p.m.
>Ha Chung Gong * Nilan Perera * Sarah Peebles
>
>Korean-influenced calligraphy performance and soundscape:
>Cinematic, Ritual Performance for the Eyes and Ears
>
>Chung Gong Ha brush art performance
>Nilan Perera prepared electric guitar, effects
>Sarah Peebles computer-assisted performance, shoh (Japanese
mouth-organ)
>
>pictures, reviews, details available at
http://www.interlog.com/~speeb/cinnamon.htm
>video, recordings, etc available upon request
>
>"The most unique and fascinating show we saw all year."
> - Eye Weekly, Toronto
>
>"One of the most exciting, well-attended and well-received events
>that we have done in many years."
> - Art Gallery of Ontario
>
>
>* A new adventure for us is the du Maurier Twilight Sound Series. This
>'Late Night at the Edge' runs from Wednesday, May 19 until Saturday, May 22
>at the Victoria Park Pavilion. This eclectic series will include such
>great improvisors as Irshad Khan, Cinnamon Sphere, sound poetry by Paul
>Dutton and John Sobol and some of Toronto's hottest young free jazz
>performers. The bar will open at 10:00 pm, the shows begin at 10:30 pm.
>
>
>.........................................................................
>
>FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS:
> Concerts in eclectic venues
> Electroacoustics indoors and out
> Soundwalks
> Workshops
> The Sonic Playroom
> Soniferous Garden - outdoor environmental music theatre
> Twilight Sound Series: Late Night On The Edge
> Boombox II - Fireworks and live electric guitar!
>
>FEATURING:
> Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony
> Canadian Chamber Ensemble
> NUMUS Concerts
> Viva Voci
> Mirror Image
> Penderecki Quartet
> Canadian Premiere of Philip Glass' 'Tibetans in Exile: A Madrigal Opera'
>
>GUEST COMPOSERS:
> Pauline Oliveros, Hildegard Westerkamp and Tim Brady.
> World Premieres by Barbara Croall, Christos Hatzis, Peter Hatch,
> Boyd MacDonald and Richard Windeyer
> Also featuring works by John Cage, Henryk Gorecki, Karlheinz Stockhausen,
> R. Murray Schafer and others
>
>"A well-organized, stimulating and musically satisfying festival!!"
> - Barry Truax, Composer
>
>"A festival in the true meaning of the word- a celebration, a feast
>of sound for people of all ages and levels of cultural sophistication
>to enjoy."
> - Martin de Groot, Kitchener-Waterloo Record
>
>
>FESTIVAL PASSES: $59 Adult; $49 Student
> Available March 10, 1999. Single tickets also available.
>
>.........................................................................
>
>DIRECTIONS:
> Kitchener is accessible from the 401 via Highway 8 to Kitchener downtown.
> Follow Highway 8 to King Street which will take you right into the heart
> of Kitchener. All performing venues are within walking distance of one
> another.
>
>TRAVEL AND ACCOMMODATIONS:
> Both buses and VIA Rail Trains make Kitchener accessible all day long,
> from any direction! For more information, please call:
> Trentway/Wagar Inc. and Greyhound...(519) 741-2600
> VIA Rail............................1-800-361-1235
>
> The major downtown hotels are:
> Four Points Sheraton................(519) 744-4141
> The Walper Terrace Hotel............(519) 745-4321
>
> Bed and Breakfasts are also available in the Kitchener area. For details,
> please call the Kitchener-Waterloo Area Visitor and Convention Bureau
> at (519) 748-0800.
>
>.........................................................................
>
>FOR MORE INFORMATION
>
>VISIT OUR WEB SITE
> www.kwsymphony.on.ca/openears
>
>EMAIL US AT
> openears@kwsymphony.on.ca
>
>OR CALL US AT
> (519) 745-4711 ext. 285
>
>_________________________________________________________________________
>
>"You are the taste in every lip, the intention of every path, you swing
your great heart out, and put your shapes in the air. Half crazy is not
nearly enough for you! The sacred letter alif turns into a circle, the rim
of a wineglass. We must not be afraid of what anyone might say. Be the
source, not the result!" - Mevlana Jallaluddin Rumi (13th c., Sufi)
>
>S A R A H P E E B L E S
> S t u d i o * E x c e l o "time-based art with a creamy
filling"
>C i n n a m o n S p h e r e : Chung Gong Ha, Nilan Perera,
Sarah Peebles
> "Cinematic, Ritual Performance for the Eyes and Ears" *
www.interlog.com/~speeb
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Darren Copeland

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