We had a marvellous time on Sunday, presenting “Macromareal Prelude: In Fog and Storm and Rain” !
Everything fell into place so beautifully – we had planned to present at the beach, but the forecast pre-empted that idea – but Plan B turned out to be so great! No regrets there!
Deep thanks to all the musicians for a fantastic performance, and for being willing to adapt as needed on short notice. Thanks also to Ottawa House for lending us the beautiful ship’s bell from their artifact collection for this event. Special shout out to Randy Corcoran for the tremendous support, and donation of the buoys for my performative part in the day’s proceedings!
The Nonesuch Centre for the Performing Arts has really good acoustics, and lovely nooks and crannies to hide musicians … and Scott did a terrific job of adapting the work to the space. We were able to get a really nice recording of the performance, and some great photos and video. Scott even played the pipe organ!
Monday we were into full-on exhibition install mode … and while it was a hard working day, we got a great deal accomplished! Almost ready (already!) for the exhibition opening this Saturday (August 12) … more to follow on that very soon.
In the mean time, you can have a listen to the rehearsal of “Macromareal Prelude: In Fog and Storm and Sunshine”(on First Beach, Saturday August 5) here:
And the performance (at the Nonesuch Centre, Sunday August 6) here:
Some images from both below. Hope you enjoy!
No active links. Glad to hear things went so well, Sydney. Well done! Best Regards, Ruth
On 8 August 2017 at 09:22, sydney lancaster: hand & eye wrote:
> sydney posted: “We had a marvellous time on Sunday, presenting > “Macromareal Prelude: In Fog and Storm and Rain” ! Everything fell into > place so beautifully – we had planned to present at the beach, but the > forecast pre-empted that idea – but Plan B turned out to be so” >
HI Ruth – Thanks!! I checked all links my end, and they work – so I don’t know what’s up there – apologies. The links to audio take you to Scott’s soundcloud page; scroll down and you’ll find the files.