As part of its Resonance series, the Exploratorium is hosting a conversation between pioneering natural soundscape artist Bernie Krause and choreographer Alonzo King on Thursday, March 12, 6-9 p.m. Krause, who has collected field recordings of more than 15,000 different species in their natural habitats is working with composer Richard Blackford to create an original composition for LINES Ballet. On March 12, they will provide a sneak preview of this Creative Work Fund-supported work-in-progress, featuring recorded selections from Krause and Blackford’s orchestral score, accompanied by choreographed vignettes performed by LINES Ballet Company. Tickets are available through the Exploratorium box office.
Bernie Krause and Alonzo King to Discuss Collaboration at the Exploratorium
by Frances Phillips | Feb 27, 2015 | 2014, News, Performing Arts