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Sunday Sounds, May 21 Edition: John Levin

Sunday, May 21, 2017
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
118 Elliot
118 Elliot St
Brattleboro, VT
 

The May 21 edition of Sunday Sounds features John Levin, composer, musician, and early synthesizer enthusiast. Levin is a member of Tweak, Green Hill Builders, and The Ill Wind Ensemble.

Sunday Sounds is a weekly series at 118 Elliot, produced by musician and Future Collective member Willie Gussin and John Loggia, co-owner of the venue.

Participants are encouraged to engage in quiet contemplation while listening to sound art performances. Doors open at 10:30am with 30 minutes of silent contemplation observed before the performance begins at 11am.

The events are free; donations to support the artists and the space are welcome. Coffee and tea will be offered immediately following the performances.

118 Elliot is located at 118 Elliot Street in downtown Brattleboro. On-site and nearby municipal parking is available. The venue is ADA accessible with wheelchair-friendly entrances and restrooms.

Sunday Sounds means to create an inclusive place for the community to gather in a communion of contemplation that transcends religious, philosophical and political differences. Sunday Sounds will feature one performer each week who will interpret this concept freely.

“Sunday Sounds is a wordless event. Quiet will be an active partner to the sounds created by a variety of guests artists. The goal is to release people from the constant churning of their individual lives to share an experience of self-reflection, rumination and day dreaming in the presence of great music and art.” said John Loggia, 118 Elliot co-director who is producing the event.

“Through Sunday Sounds, we are exploring alternative ways for musicians and audience members to engage with live performance,” said Willie Gussin, Sunday Sounds curator. “We are providing the inverse of the way that live music is generally consumed, at three to six act bar shows.”

For more information visit the 118 Elliot website at 118Elliot.com or email 118Elliot@gmail.com.



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Sunday Sounds, May 21 Edition: John Levin

Sunday, May 21, 2017
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
118 Elliot
118 Elliot St
Brattleboro, VT
 

The May 21 edition of Sunday Sounds features John Levin, composer, musician, and early synthesizer enthusiast. Levin is a member of Tweak, Green Hill Builders, and The Ill Wind Ensemble.

Sunday Sounds is a weekly series at 118 Elliot, produced by musician and Future Collective member Willie Gussin and John Loggia, co-owner of the venue.

Participants are encouraged to engage in quiet contemplation while listening to sound art performances. Doors open at 10:30am with 30 minutes of silent contemplation observed before the performance begins at 11am.

The events are free; donations to support the artists and the space are welcome. Coffee and tea will be offered immediately following the performances.

118 Elliot is located at 118 Elliot Street in downtown Brattleboro. On-site and nearby municipal parking is available. The venue is ADA accessible with wheelchair-friendly entrances and restrooms.

Sunday Sounds means to create an inclusive place for the community to gather in a communion of contemplation that transcends religious, philosophical and political differences. Sunday Sounds will feature one performer each week who will interpret this concept freely.

“Sunday Sounds is a wordless event. Quiet will be an active partner to the sounds created by a variety of guests artists. The goal is to release people from the constant churning of their individual lives to share an experience of self-reflection, rumination and day dreaming in the presence of great music and art.” said John Loggia, 118 Elliot co-director who is producing the event.

“Through Sunday Sounds, we are exploring alternative ways for musicians and audience members to engage with live performance,” said Willie Gussin, Sunday Sounds curator. “We are providing the inverse of the way that live music is generally consumed, at three to six act bar shows.”

For more information visit the 118 Elliot website at 118Elliot.com or email 118Elliot@gmail.com.



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Sunday Sounds, May 21 Edition: John Levin

Sunday, May 21, 2017
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
118 Elliot
118 Elliot St
Brattleboro, VT
 

The May 21 edition of Sunday Sounds features John Levin, composer, musician, and early synthesizer enthusiast. Levin is a member of Tweak, Green Hill Builders, and The Ill Wind Ensemble.

Sunday Sounds is a weekly series at 118 Elliot, produced by musician and Future Collective member Willie Gussin and John Loggia, co-owner of the venue.

Participants are encouraged to engage in quiet contemplation while listening to sound art performances. Doors open at 10:30am with 30 minutes of silent contemplation observed before the performance begins at 11am.

The events are free; donations to support the artists and the space are welcome. Coffee and tea will be offered immediately following the performances.

118 Elliot is located at 118 Elliot Street in downtown Brattleboro. On-site and nearby municipal parking is available. The venue is ADA accessible with wheelchair-friendly entrances and restrooms.

Sunday Sounds means to create an inclusive place for the community to gather in a communion of contemplation that transcends religious, philosophical and political differences. Sunday Sounds will feature one performer each week who will interpret this concept freely.

“Sunday Sounds is a wordless event. Quiet will be an active partner to the sounds created by a variety of guests artists. The goal is to release people from the constant churning of their individual lives to share an experience of self-reflection, rumination and day dreaming in the presence of great music and art.” said John Loggia, 118 Elliot co-director who is producing the event.

“Through Sunday Sounds, we are exploring alternative ways for musicians and audience members to engage with live performance,” said Willie Gussin, Sunday Sounds curator. “We are providing the inverse of the way that live music is generally consumed, at three to six act bar shows.”

For more information visit the 118 Elliot website at 118Elliot.com or email 118Elliot@gmail.com.



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