An Arrow Pointed Down, Performance Events in 2 Locations

Posted by on Apr 19, 2015 in News | No Comments

An Arrow Pointed Down, a collaborative project with 4 electronic music composers and 4 video artists, will be performed at 2 locations in the Hudson Valley. This project was conceived and organized by composer Josh Groffman, founder of One Quiet Plunge.

Saturday, March 21, 2015 ● 6 pm ● Mid-Hudson Heritage Center, Poughkeepsie, NY

Friday, April 17, 2015 ● 6 pm ● Samuel Dorsky Art Museum, SUNY New Paltz

Below is the description from One Quiet Plunge’s Facebook page:

A multimedia project for video and live electronic music inspired by the physical and human geography of the Hudson River.

$10 suggested donation at the door

One Quiet Plunge presents An arrow pointed down, a multimedia, concert-length work inspired by the physical and human geography of the Hudson River. Four composer/performers of electroacoustic music will create new works that respond to text by poet Sarah Heady and visuals created by fellow Hudson Valley artists. These works will be performed live as a single, continuous piece, with each composer’s contribution paired with the visuals that influenced it. An arrow pointed down will feature the music of Ryan Chase, Bob Lukomski, Eric Somers, and Joshua Groffman and the visual art of Lori Adams, Keiko Sono, Tona Wilson, and Kathy O’Connor.

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