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A call to participate in SOUND OUT vocal performance @ The Tin Tabernacle on 20th of May – All Welcome
Booking is essential! Please RSVP via link on Eventbrite:
You are invited to take part in Sound Out by Sharon Gal, an experimental, participatory performance for a group of voices, taking place at The Tin Tabernacle in Kilburn, London NW6, on Saturday 20th of May.
Sound Out invites people with or without previous vocal or performance experience, to come together, vocalise, experiment, interact and engage with others by responding to the space’s architecture and resonance. The piece offers a democratic space for creative exchange. It evolves collectively, through a process of playful explorations and collaborative composition.
You are invited to share your voice and imagination, and breathe life into this historic space, which was built in 1863, to evoke its memories and awaken its spirit; experiencing it like never before.
Each of us has a voice, every voice is unique and anyone can take part.
Participation is FREE but there is a deposit fee of £5 to secure your booking. This will be refunded when you arrive on the day.
Sound Out takes place @ the Tin Tabernacle Kilburn on Saturday 20th of May 12pm – 6pm (GMT), and you should be available for the full duration.
The piece will be developed between 12pm-3pm, and performed after the break, at 5pm.
Refreshments, snacks and light lunch will be provided.
RSVP via the Eventbrite Page (Link at the top).
If you have trouble booking via Eventbrite, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: Sound Out, and you will receive a link for a booking.
Sharon Gal is an interdisciplinary artist, performer, vocalist and composer, specialising in free improvisation and participatory, collaborative large group compositions. She works with voice, extended techniques, electronics, various instruments, field recordings and video; exploring presence, listening, embodiment, and the relationship between people, sound and space.
Sharon performs solo and in collaborations, and since 2007 has been directing a series of large group, site specific compositions, inviting musicians and non-musicians to take part.
Past performances include The V&A, Science Museum, ICA, The Whitechapel Gallery, Tate Modern & Tate Britain, MACBA, and Colour Out of Space, Borealis, Supernormal, Tectonics, Supersonic and TUSK festivals.
Sharon’s music was released by many labels, including five solo albums and various collaborations. Her experimental work, Etudes, a collection of text & colour scores, presented as a deck of 78 cards, was supported by Sound and Music’ New Voices programme and published in 2021. https://www.sharon-gal.com/
This event is part of the project: Take a Walk on Kilburn High Road initiated by PAPRIKA Collective (PC), a not-for-profit arts organization that acts to expand the imaginings and futures of our sense of people, place, and spaces.
Take a Walk on Kilburn High Road initiates grassroots community-oriented activities through artist-led workshops and performances in unusual public spaces, celebrates the stories of people and history of Kilburn with a global perspective, and promotes experienced-based creative activities with a focus on the inclusive accessibility of the Kilburn High Road.
To read more information about the project and stories of Kilburn: https://www.paprika.org.uk/takeawalkonkilburnhighroad
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How to get to Tin Tabernacle (Kilburn):
5mins walk from Kilburn Park (Bakerloo Line) or Kilburn High Road Overground.
10mins walk from Kilburn Station (Jubilee Line) or Brondesbury Overground.
Easily accessed via bus routes 31, 316, 32, 328, 332 , 98, 16 and 206, stopping at Kilburn High Rd Cambridge Ave.
For more stories about the Tin Tabernacle, click the link below to visit the website.
Refreshments, light snacks, and lunch (vegetarian) will be available.
There will be flexible seating arrangements with foldable chairs with backs.
The building is wheelchair accessible. But unfortunately, the toilets are not wheelchair accessible.
Please let us know if you have any access needs/requirements via email or phone, so we are aware of the participants’ needs in advance.