Monday, March 4, 2013

The Starling Cloud Choir Starts this Saturday!!!!!!!!

Hey Folks!

The Starling Cloud Choir Experiment starts this Saturday at the Dr. Sun Yat Sen Classical Chinese Garden at 2 pm!!!!!!!!!

I have a couple of quick notes:

First of all you do not have to go to every workshop to sing at the performance on March 16. So, please feel free to choose your workshops or best of all, come to all three!

Second, the performance is gonna be FUN but if you are leaving town for spring break or just can't make the performance, you can still come to the workshops!

Check the announcement again for the times and dates and please invite your friends and spread the invite via your social networks. Regretfully, I am not an FB or Twitter extrovert, so I'm relying on you mes amis formidable.

Finally, I have been blogging about the process, so if you click on the Starling Cloud Choir subject link, all will be revealed. (Note: This is optional. There will not be a test.)

I also want you to know that the other fabulous Second Site Artists will be available at the Dr. Sun Yat Sen Classical Chinese Garden during our Rain Lab to reveal part of the process of creating their installations. Check out the website for the full calendar.

Love and Peace!

The Starling Cloud Choir with Lori Weidenhammer is a family-friendly workshop series and performance where you will use your voice to sing and make sound poetry in a piece inspired by rain and birdsong. Bring your family and friends! No experience necessary. (Presented as part of The Rain Gatherers site-specific art installation by Second Site:

@The Dr. Sun Yat Sen Classical Chinese Garden, 578 Carrall Street
Workshop 1: Saturday March 9, 2 to 3:30 pm
Workshop 2: Sunday March 10, 2 to 3:30 pm

Drop in RAIN Lab: Tues March 12, 1:30 to 3 pm
Record your bird and rain sounds with
DJ Don Chow:

Performance: Saturday March 16 at 3 pm (performers please arrive at 2:30 pm to warm up)

Cost to participate: *FREE IF YOU REGISTER by sending Lori an e-mail at beespeaker(at)gmail(dot)com or sign in at the door.

For more information, follow along the creative process on Lori Weidenhammer's blog: Lori Weidenhammer is a performance-based artist who likes to collaborate with birds, bees, and humans.

If you can't join us for the workshops, please come to the opening and check out
The Rain Gatherers art installations by Second Site artists
Robin Ripley, Peter Courtemanche, Diana Burgoyne and Matt Smith.

The choir will be performing at 3 pm and the audience will be invited to participate!

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