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Something about the weather New and original work by New York-based composer, producer and performer Han Rowe.
Something about the weather New and original work by New York-based composer, producer and performer Han Rowe. Columbia University’s School of the Arts was commissioned as part of its 2022-23 season of public programming and engagement organized around the theme of “Transformation.”
Rowe explains Something about the weather “As an inquiry into what we do when we are left to make something out of nothing. Old structures stubbornly refuse to die, and many have lost the ability to dream of another reality. The ability to move along the transformative frontiers of our imaginations is music and Sound can ignite.”
In a live performance, Rowe will use digital processing with traditional instruments and raw, everyday objects to create a fluid, shape-shifting soundscape for the Lanfest Center for the Arts’ flexible, top-floor space.
“Exploring the Wilderness? Messed up by a cooking show? A discussion of adverse conditions?” Rowe asks. Something about the weather is “ritualized across a playground of all things.”
- Tuesday, January 31, 7pm (EST)
- Wednesday, February 1, 7pm (EST)
Registration begins January 18.
To read more about the artist and Columbia University School of the Arts, visit lenfest.arts.columbia.edu.
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