Three exhibitions and recitals of the work of New-York based composer and artist Tristan Perich.
Conservatory students Daniel Walden and Ryan Packard will perform Perich’s works for piano, percussion, and 1-bit electronics, amidst an exhibition of Perich’s visual art curated by student Georgia Horn, at three different locations across Oberlin and Cleveland.
- Exhibition with interspersed musical performances + reception.
6-8PM, April 29th
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Weltzheimer-Johnson House in Oberlin, OH
Performers include Austin Vaughn, Ryan Packard, + Daniel Walden
- A full recital program + exhibition.
6-8PM, April 30th
SPACES Gallery in Cleveland, OH
Additional performers include Austin Vaughn and Tristan Perich.
- Double Act: Tristan presents his 1-Bit Symphony live, featuring video projections; sound sculptor and performer Lesley Flanigan presents “Amplifications,” a site-specific installation and performance that combines the acoustics of voice and speaker feedback, produced by hand-made musical instruments.
9.30-10.30, May 1
Fairchild Chapel, Oberlin OH
All events are free; funded by the support of the Oberlin Creativity Fund and the Meet The Composer’s MetLife Creative Connections Program.
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