breath: the transitory sound and movement collective
Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018 – Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018
Concert, The Transitory Sound and Movement Collective
Pay What You Can, suggested value $20
Breath, a site-specific work, created by The Transitory Sound and Movement Collective for the Rothko Chapel will explore the dynamics and subtleties of what life is at its essence. This thoughtful and patient consideration of existence will take form in a spontaneous sound composition with responsive movement created by a highly accredited/accomplished ensemble of musicians/vocalist and dancers/choreographers. Each artist will equally be involved in this unspoken sonic conversation around this idea of what life truly is…Breath.
About the presenters:
The Transitory Sound and Movement Collective, founded by artistic director Lynn Lane, brings musicians, sound artists, dance artists, spoken word and visual artists together to collaboratively create immersive and experiential evenings of sound, movement, and visual art through a guided improvisational process. Each performance is a unique and spontaneous composition that is created by the process of consideration and response of each artist to the overall whole and concept. It truly becomes an unspoken conversation through structured improvisation.
Lynn Lane (electronics/synthesizers)
Peg Nosek (life)
Julia Fox (soprano)
Dr. Ingrid Gerling (violin)
Fanny Spangaro (cello)
Thomas Frey (clarinet)
Caitlin Merhtens (harp)
Brandon Bell (percussion)
HOURS & ADMISSION
Monday-Sunday, 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Open every day of the year from 10 am - 6 pm.
- Free Hours: Always free!
Directions & Parking
- Free Parking
- Street Parking
- Visitors can use the Menil Collection parking lot located at Mulberry and West Alabama. There is also street parking available on Yupon and Sul Ross. Wheelchair access is located on Sul Ross at the north end of the Chapel.
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