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“The Ecology of Sound”

“The Ecology of Sound”Concert inspired by the exhibition “The Language of Things,” an interactive sound and video installation by U.S./Mexico - based multimedia artist Roberto Romero-Molina. Original compositions by students and alumni of Art of Élan’s Young Artists in Harmony apprenticeship program will be featured alongside the world-premiere of “Petal by Petal, Leaf by Leaf,” a new work by composer Lei Liang.

Art of Élan and the San Diego Art Institute present “The Ecology of Sound: a Collective Exploration of 'The Language of Things,’” a concert inspired by the exhibition “The Language of Things,” an interactive sound and video installation by U.S./Mexico - based multimedia artist Roberto Romero-Molina. Original compositions by students and alumni of Art of Élan’s Young Artists in Harmony apprenticeship program will be featured alongside the world-premiere of “Petal by Petal, Leaf by Leaf,” a new work by UCSD faculty member and internationally-acclaimed composer Lei Liang. All are invited to attend a pre-concert panel at 6:15pm with the artist, performers, and composers, moderated by musicologist Charissa Noble.

The concert explores communal art and creativity as a dynamic cycle of cultural exchange, not only connecting performers with composers, listeners with viewers, teachers with students, but also fostering conversation between citizens on both sides of the border.

Presenter / Producer: Art of Élan

Listed Categories
Music > Classical


Event Phone: 619-692-2081

Venue
San Diego Art Institute
1439 El Prado
San Diego CA 92101

Regions:
San Diego


Performance Dates: 1/30/2018
Tuesday, 01/30/2018

Performance Times
7:00pm

Ticket Information:
$10
Purchase tickets here: http://www.sandiego-art.org/upcoming/ecologyofsound

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