10/13-10/17: Veils And Vesper Hosted by Intersection

Environmental consciousness meets electronica in composer John Luther Adams’ transfixing Veils and Vesper. To compose the 2005 piece, Adams used an algorithm based on prime numbers, and the result is a constantly evolving wall of sound. You can experience the installation in its six-hour entirety, or you can view it one section at a time (there are four sections). Hosted by INTERSECTION, the installation runs October 13 through October 17 at Belmont United Methodist Church. More information and tickets here.

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