Cosmic Meditation - An Evening of Sound Journeying to the Stars
Join us aboard on our mothership, as we journey through sonic landscapes to the stars!
Our mission is to anchor the light, to elevate frequency with sound technology, guiding you back home into your heart, from where you can get a taste of your multidimensional nature, and of magic of the eternal present moment. We will travel beyond time and space!
Featured music: Tony Obr & Caldon Glover
Visuals by Zandduin
We will have chairs available to sit on, but feel free to bring your yoga mat or a cushion if you prefer to meditate on the ground or lying down. If you are a visual artist, and you would like to use the sound for your creative expression, bring something to work on, and feel free to set up your easel in the front area of the building. We only ask you to leave no trace, keeping your workspace very clean, and bring your own clip on light.
Tony Obr (b.1980) is a musician, sound designer, composer, visual artist and educator. He often works at the confluence of art, technology, and performance, focusing on innovative uses of sound in musical and non-musical contexts. His work frequently centers on the development of interactive systems for electronic music performance, dance performance, and art installation. He plays live electronics and woodwinds in the performance art, experimental noise and free-improv ensemble Datura, as well as with saxophonist Keith Kelly in their duo Slender Loris. Since 2013 he has worked as chief sound designer, and has developed interactive sound systems for Grisha Colemans echo::system.
His visual design has been featured in album artwork and poster design, most notably for the record label txt recordings. As an educator he has taught electronic music and sound design courses at Paradise Valley Community College since 2014, and music technology courses in the ASU Popular Music program since
Caldon Glover is an Industrial Soundscape musician from Tucson Arizona. They started producing music at the age of 15 by cutting together and manipulating sounds in waveform editing programs before moving into the world of synthesis and field recording over the years. Self-taught with no classical training, they approach music with a sound design perspective, focusing on texture and feeling over notation to create abstract aural paintings."
$15 in advance / $20 at the door
Solar Culture Gallery (Ver)
31 East Toole Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85701
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