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Performances

Art's Birthday Euroradio Broadcast
January 17, 2018 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
NAISA North Media Arts Centre, 106 Ottawa Ave, South River Listen online at http://artsbirthday.ebu.ch and http://www.naisa.ca/naisa-radio/
FREE
A short performance by Martin Marier will be broadcast live from NAISA North in South River at exactly 3:10 PM over the EBU Satillite network in Europe hosted by Kunstradio in Vienna, Austria. Join us at NAISA North to listen to the performances and festivities being broadcast from around the world. Alternatively, you are welcome to tune in from home to the EURORADIO Ars Acustica broadcast. Happy 1,000,055th birthday, Art!
Meet The Sponge Maker
January 19, 2018 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
NAISA North Media Arts Centre, 106 Ottawa Ave, South River
FREE
A special highlight of the Arts Meetup series will be a performance by and conversation with Martin Marier who has created The Sponge, an electronic musical instrument. This presentation will be recorded for NAISA's Making Waves radio program for WGXC Wave Farm and will feature performaces by Marier of the compositions he has created for the Sponge. To read more about The Sponge and how it is made go to: http://www.martinmarier.com/wp/?page_id=12
Sound Memories
February 10, 2018 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
NAISA North Media Arts Centre, 106 Ottawa Ave, South River
General $10
Photographs trigger memories of places we have visited. Sound recordings of those same places often give us a chance to relive those moments and even re-experience them on an emotional and visceral level. The artists included on this concert use sound recordings from across Europe and eastern North America to re-live experiences from their past while introducing us - the listening audience - to a new world that might resonate with our own.
Sonic Reflections: People and Place
Fabruary 3, 2018, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
NAISA North Media Arts Centre, 106 Ottawa Ave, South River
General $10
Featured in this concert is a performance by Andrew O’Connor of his piece RavenSpeak. Also included will be works that reflect on people and their relationship to place. This is reflected in the mythologies and the stories people tell about themselves and about the other creatures that inhabit their world.

Program:
I. Ravenspeak by Andrew O'Connor
A performance for live multi-channel audio and two performers, based off adaptations of two traditional Inuit stories about the Raven. Using field recordings of multiple Ravens and their extensive vocalizations, along with the soundscapes they inhabit, Ravenspeak creates an immersive setting for two ancient Inuit stories, the Raven Creation Myth and the story of the Raven and the Whale.