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Tonal Relativity Games and Experiments

Kale for Your Ears

If you're tired of consuming radio junk food like Taylor Swift or the newest pop-punk boy band du jour, perhaps it's time to give your ears some aural enrichment. On Saturday, April 29, from 7-8:30pm at UNM Arts Lab, check out Tonal Relativity Games and Experiments. It's “a performance of composed, semi-composed and improvised works” from Prepared Ear, Death Convention Singers and University of North Texas Professor Elizabeth McNutt. It is also the auditory portion of an exhibition at Central Features called Imagining Sound (showing through April 29) by Alyce Santoro of Prepared Ear. This treat for the senses will welcome listeners of all ages and is totally free. (Renée Chavez)

Saturday April 29, 2017

131 Pine St NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
US

Phone: 277-2253
Website: Click to Visit

Cost:

FREE

Ages:

ALL-AGES!

Contact:

Central Features Contemporary Arts

Phone: 505-252-9983
Website: Click to Visit

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Prepared Ear collaborates with Death Convention Singers, Sounds Modern co-founder Elizabeth McNutt featuring frameworks for improvisation.

"Tonal Relativity Games and Experiments" is a performance of composed, semi-composed, and improvised works, and is the auditory component of conceptual/sound artist Alyce Santoro’s exhibition of visual works at Central Features Contemporary Art.

Prepared Ear (Alyce Santoro and composer/guitarist Julian Mock) in collaboration with members of the Albuquerque-based Death Convention Singers (Ariel Muniz, Drake Hardin, Rosie Hutchinson, Alan Zimmerman, Marisa Demarco, Clifford Grindstaff) and University of North Texas flute professor-pioneer/ Sounds Modern co-founder Elizabeth McNutt will present a program featuring works by Pauline Oliveros, LaMonte Young, Mario Lavista, Brian Harnetty, along with frameworks for improvisation developed especially for the Tonal Relativity project.