Universal Language Project presents
Universal Language Project produces: Undertones
Sat, Apr 01, 2017, at 8:00pm
Universal Language Project produces:
Featuring Erin Jorgensen and Cristina Valdes
Curated by James Holt
A drifting, surreal radio transmission from outer space is broadcast directly to your subconscious mind: artist Erin Jorgensen joins forces with Cristina Valdes in a live performance that invites you to dream. The overtones of a 5-octave marimba merge with intimate whispering, stream-of-consciousness thoughts, DIY life philosophy, and beautifully minimal music in a small stab towards enlightenment.
Erin Jorgensen is a musician based in Seattle, WA who works with marimba, vocals, and electronics. When not focusing on solo work she plays music with guitarist Brett Netson (Built to Spill, Earth). Listen to music, watch videos, and subscribe to a free podcast at http://www.erinjorgensen.net/
James Holt is a composer, podcaster, arts administrator and concert curator. Born in California and raised in Washington, he went to graduate school in Indiana and lived for several years in New York City before settling back here in Seattle. His music has been performed across the country and internationally. He is the Digital Content Manager at the Seattle Symphony, produces the Switchboard Music Festival podcast, and has a contributed to SecondInversion.org, Q2music.org, Sequenza21.com, and Polyphonic.org.
Universal Language Project is an imaginative concert series rooted in the creation and performance of 21st century music and interdisciplinary collaboration. Our music-centric, multi-arts events are a catalyst for generating imaginative and entertaining programs that speak to the world we live in today. By bringing together diverse top-shelf professional musicians, genre-bending composers, and creative artists, the ULP aspires to create a body of work that can reach across generational divides, through geographic borders and beyond cultural difference. contact info:
Kimberly Chin, Executive Director
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