Waterfront Early Morning – performed by Ellen Waterman
In this video Ellen Waterman performs a realization on flute of her Instructional Score “Bodily Listening in Place.” The performance was recorded in the early morning of May 7, 2022 at the shore of Deer Lake at Warbler’s Roost, South River, Ontario during a residency with New Adventures in Sound Art. Video and Sound recording by Darren Copeland.
Dusk at Warbler’s Roost – performed by Ellen Waterman
In this video Ellen Waterman performs an outdoor musical improvisation interpreting her Instructional Score “Bodily Listening in Place” using amplified flute, electronic pedals and a maple syrup barrel. New Adventures in Sound Art invites persons of all sensory abilities to realize their own interpretation of the instructional score for presentation on July 17 in honour of World Listening Day. The score “Bodily Listening in Place” invites the public to improvise music across sensory boundaries in response to sonic, kinetic, visual, and haptic stimuli. Any combination of movement, image, and/or sound in attentive response to an environment is a valid interpretation of the score.
Credits: Score and Performance by Ellen Waterman Video/Sound by Darren Copeland Additional Video and Video Editing by Hasi Eldib Recorded at Warbler’s Roost, South River, Ontario Produced by New Adventures in Sound Art. May 2022