Whether it is the art of music, or the art of painting, we are moved by the expressions from its creators and performers, drawn up into a world of imagination and suspended there for a time.
On today’s show, a pair of interesting conversations about two art presentations. First up, Sarah Beth Shiplett of Music On The Hill returns to enlighten me on how music sounds in a space, and lets us all know about the upcoming performance of music commemorating the end of the battle of 1812, performed by . That concert is on this coming Saturday at 3pm at Memorial Hall here on campus.
And secondly, I phoned up Andre Sampson to ask him about the whole Art Battle phenomenon: where it came from, what it is and how it’s growing. The next Art Battle in Fredericton comes up on Friday night at 8pm at the Charlotte Street Art Centre.
- I promise, eventually and with enough practice, I’ll Get It Right (Echo Nebraska from their Send The Ships album);
- And while I didn’t have any actual symphony music to play, I do have Olympic Symphonium to always choose from, here taking on the weather (in my mind) with Chance To Fate from the album of the same name;
- And finally, to give you a sense of the pace of competition, Halifax’s own Instruments gives us Clock from the recent The End Of Light By Heat album,