Sonologues 2019 – July 2019

Redshift Music presented, in collaboration with the Vancouver Public Library, a week-long series of audio installations (from Monday, July 8 until Friday July 12, 2019) with the Redshift Array, at the Vancouver Public Library Promenade in downtown Vancouver.

WORKS
Monday, July 8, 2019, 12 – 2 pm
Naona – Chroma
Tundra – Brian Topp
Sixteen Sine Waves – Alex Klinke
Long Exposure One – Complimentary Shadows
March of Progress – Brian Garbet
Grand Structures – Joël Tibbits
Opening to the surround – George Rahi
NORTH/SUR – Stefan Nazarevich

Tuesday, July 9, 2019, 12 – 2 pm
Chalice Well – Barry Truax
swarming – Giorgio Magnanensi
Virtutes Occultae – Taylor Brook

Wednesday, July 10, 2019, 12 – 2 pm
Chalice Well – Barry Truax
Nylong Symphony No. 2 (“Crystal”) – John Oliver
A Strange Country Walk – John. L. Baker
undersea pacific – John Mark Sherlock
As Many Strings As Possible, Playing: Symphony #9 – Tim Brady
Chiaroscuro – Jordan Nobles

Thursday, July 11, 2019, 12 – 2 pm
10/29/09 – Victoria Gibson
soft storms welcomed – Roxanne Nesbitt
Flow – Sherry Li
Water Stories – Amanda Lowry
Silence Fécond – Marcus Takizawa
Water wheel – Aleksandar Zecevic
swarming – Giorgio Magnanensi
Long Exposure One – Complimentary Shadows
Grand Structures – Joël Tibbits
opening to the surround – George Rahi
Sixteen Sine Waves – Alex Klinke

Friday, July 12, 2019, 12 – 2 pm
Chalice Well – Barry Truax
Nylong Symphony No. 2 (“Crystal”) – John Oliver
A Strange Country Walk – John. L. Baker
undersea pacific, John Mark Sherlock
As Many Strings As Possible, Playing: Symphony #9 – Tim Brady
Chiaroscuro – Jordan Nobles

For more information about the Redshift Array, click here.

We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the Vancouver Public Library, the BC Arts Council, the City of Vancouver, the British Columbia Gaming Commission and Paradigm Electronics Inc.