Posts Tagged ‘Gerard Crewdson’

ORCHESTRA OF SPHERES’ CHILDREN’S SHOW!

Friday, March 20th, 2015

Hooray for child-friendly psychedelia! The always awesome Orchestra of Spheres have teamed up with Erica Sklenars (aka Lady Lazer Light), Stephen Bain and Gerard Crewdson to create a show for the Capital E National Arts Festival in Wellington!

“The sky is not even the limit in this compelling musical expedition, set in a visually vibrant and kinetic world. Inflatable installations and beautiful projections contribute to an immersive kaleidoscopic light and music experience, pushing the boundaries of imagination on a voyage to the furthest reaches of space.”

Make a booking for the one public show on Saturday morning (March 21) here > http://capitale.org.nz/portfolio-posts/national-arts-festival-orchestra-of-spheres/

PHOTOS: ORCHESTRA OF SPHERES’ ALBEMARLE HAPPENING!

Friday, October 17th, 2014


Orchestra of Spheres

Orchestra of Spheres embark this very day for the shores of Iceland and the Airwaves Festival, and as a fundraiser for the trip they filled the coolest vacant building in the city (pending demolition) with art and music! Way to go.


The Albemarle (rear view)

Gerard Crewdson and Jeff Henderson
Gerard Crewdson and Jeff Henderson

SKLENARBIRDS!
Radical Sklenarbirds! By Erica Sklenars / Lady Lazer Light

TREEFROG PAINTING!
Live painting by Treefrog Sanders

Nathan Taare zone
Nathan Taare zone

Although this party was so expansive I couldn’t document it all, there are MANY MORE PHOTOS HERE! >> (more…)

RADICAL SPIRIT IMAGES

Wednesday, June 19th, 2013

These are from the Radical Spirit concert at St Mary of the Angel’s Church in Wellington, Sunday 9th June.


i.ryoko. Thanks to Tristan Brooks for this pic!


Antony Milton


Jonny Marks


Noel Meek

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RADICAL SPIRIT THIS SUNDAY!

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

Excited about this one!!!!!

“Saint Mary of the Angels presents a very special concert of exploratory and contemporary music inspired by radical traditions in music and spirituality, featuring a diverse programme of music from traditional (Gregorian chant, medieval polyphony, taonga puoro, throat singing) to contemporary (noise, drone, contemporary composition, improvisation and video art).

A wide ranging group of musicians will present their musical visions in the beautiful setting of Saint Mary of the Angels Church. The church has a long tradition of fine classical and sacred music, including gorgeous sung masses with Renaissance polyphony and Gregorian chant, but this is the first time that exploratory or experimental music has been presented in the church. It will be a further stage in a long history of excellent music presented by the church that has included in recent times the New Zealand String Quartet, Stroma, and Indian classical concerts, but dates back to 1843.”


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