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Rafael Zen

On July 20th, Sat from 2-4pm, join the BGML for Recital with a Forest, a multispecies sound art performance by the Branching Songs Ensemble.

When

Jul 20, 2024 2:00pm – 4:00pm

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Location

Off Campus

Stanley Park #19 Bus Loop

Stanley Park Loop @ Bay 1 (#19 Bus Stop) See on Map

Online Attendance

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Contact
Julie Andreyev | jandreyev@ecuad.ca
Open to Public?

Yes

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On July 20th, Saturday from 2pm-4pm, join the BGML for Recital with a Forest, a multispecies sound art performance by the Branching Songs Ensemble: Julie Andreyev, Giorgio Magnanensi, Keira Madsen, Myles Feltenberger, and Simon Overstall.

Recital With a Forest is a site-specific multispecies sound art performance by the Branching Songs Ensemble that uses land-based processes involving trees and forests.

The Ensemble’s instruments are made of land-based materials (cast-offs from local trees, found feathers, stones and shells) combined with contact mics, biosensors, and computer software.

The participating trees are carefully wrapped with Ribbon Tree fabric, and the performance takes place against a backdrop of Listening to the Forest gratitude blanket by Métis artist Lara Felsing. The Ensemble uses techniques of listening and responding as a sonic weaving of human touch, tree acoustics and forest liveliness.

Come and listen within the beautiful and calming forest of Xwayxway (Stanley Park).

The event includes a discussion about the project, with an optional Q&A and demo opportunity for audience members to interact with the instruments and artwork.

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Accessibility notes: This program takes place just off of a gravel trail, on uneven forest terrain located just over 10 minutes walking distance from the Stanley Park Pavilion and bus loop. Participants are welcome to be seated during the performance on the ground or on logs in the space, with some foam sitting mats available as well as space for participants to bring their own chairs. We may be able to provide some chairs, please let us know. The performance will be 45-60 minutes long. An optional Q&A and demo will follow. If you have any questions or input about accessibility, please email publiced@stanleyparkecology.ca

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Location: This program will meet at the Stanley Park Loop @ Bay 1 (#19 Bus Stop located near Stanley Park Pavilion) and proceed to South Creek Trail where it intersects with Beaver Lake Trail 

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Tickets: Available at the Stanley Park Ecology website.

Link: https://stanleyparkecology.ca/event/recital-with-a-forest/?mc_cid=bf734d85aa&mc_eid=2e2e471a2b