March 26: Sound Shadows + The Vox Hunters + Madeleine Jubilee Saito at the Mermaid’s Tavern

Get a first listen of the Sound Shadows EP this Friday, March 26 at the first of our digital listening parties! Plus, you’ll get to hear a live set from The Vox Hunters and watch as Madeleine Jubilee Saito draws live on screen, creating an original work of art inspired by our EP.

We’re delighted to be hosted by Lynn Noel at The Mermaid’s Tavern, a digital folk music venue.

Knitting together dance and music, visual imagery and song, light and shadow, Sound Shadows draws details into relief and shows the unseen. A collaborative creation of Veronica Barron (theater artist, puppeteer, storyteller, singer), Julia Friend (banjo player, singer, visual artist), and Rebecca McGowan (Irish and percussive dancer).

Guest artists for March 26:
—Live music opening set by The Vox Hunters: old songs ~ tradition bearers ~ chronic multi-instrumentalists. www.thevoxhunters.com
—Live drawing by Madeleine Jubilee Saito; comics poetry ~ poetry comics ~ watch an original work of art unfold live on screen, inspired by Sound Shadows. madeleinejubileesaito.net

DIGITAL RELEASE SHOWS:
/////FRIDAY MARCH 26, 7:30pm ~ The Mermaid’s Tavern livestream ~ RSVP: www.facebook.com/events/902747393889404/
/////FRIDAY APRIL 2, 7:30pm ~ The Dance Complex livestream ~ RSVP: www.eventbrite.com/e/sound-shadows-ep-release-listening-party-tickets-147207360177

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This program is supported in part by a 2021 grant from Cambridge Arts, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

The Sound Shadows live show debuted in January 2019 in a Catalysts Residency at the Dance Complex in Cambridge, MA, with grant support from the Cambridge Arts Council / Massachusetts Cultural Council, and development support from the community of puppeteers at Puppet Showplace Theater. 

credits

Veronica Barron (voice, teacup, breath)
Julia Friend (voice, banjo)
Rebecca McGowan (feet)
Rafi Singer (audio engineer)

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