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INTERGENERATIONAL PERSPECTIVES SERIES: "Visual Music: A Family-Friendly Performance by Spectralina"

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Visual Music: A Family-Friendly Performance by Spectralina

Sunday November 19th

2:00 - 3:00 pm

SPECTRALINA is the collaborative audio-visual performance project of artists, musicians and parents Dan Bitney and Selina Trepp. Working with an improvisational structure, Spectralina combines singing, percussion, electronics and real-time video processing. Together, Bitney and Trepp create an engaging image and sound relationships in their performances, in which projected animation and improvised sounds come together as visual music.

This performance is free and open to the public, and families are welcome.

Event presented by Extended Practice.

The Intergenerational Perspectives Series is organized by Matthew Searle, Assistant Director for Experimental Station. Please contact for more information or to be involved in future programming: 773.241.6044 or matthew (at) experimentalstation.org.

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