(10.26) Brown Arts Initiative presents Verdant Vibes — Providence’s own new music ensemble — featuring multimedia premieres, video, dance, live and wearable electronics, and collaborations with women composers. This concert opens the fourth season for Verdant Vibes with their unique blend of electroacoustic chamber music, dance, and electronic media. (Facebook event.)
Carolina Heredia — Disjointed Fragments*»
with video by Katina Bitsicas and dancer Gisela Creus
Kristina Warren — Ours for nothing*»
Elizabeth A. Baker — Astatine» and Quadrividium B (excerpts)
Kirsten Volness — for Anna Atkins»
with video by Alexander Dupuis
»written for Verdant Vibes
From their homepage:
By highlighting the diversity of music composition and performance of our time, we seek to eschew perceived boundaries, cross-pollinate ideas and influences, and build a greater community celebrating the work of living artists.
(Seen here: Kirsten Volness’s “for Anna Atkins.” Photo by James Lastowski.)
Free and open to the public, 7pm to 8:30pm, Friday, October 26, Granoff Center, 154 Angell Street, (directions)
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Another good call PDD, Verdant Vibes were a hoot, great fun for those with askew musical tastes, And it was free (jeez!). BTW tonight Brown is offering another fine freebie at 7.p.m in Solomon Hall: The Pan Fantasy Steel Band. Not your average steel drum group.