Inuksuit at the Hop
Live Arts

Inuksuit

June 29

Percussionists interact with natural ambient sound in outdoor sound installation.

SHIFT 2019

Wander through a landscape of instruments—conch shells, gongs, drums, glockenspiels and more—in a subtle duet with the ambient sounds of nature. Named after the stone piles used by native people to orient themselves in Arctic spaces, Inuksuit was created by environmental composer John Luther Adams. This event will involve up to 99 professional and community musicians in an outdoor campus location. Listeners will wander among them and shape their own experience, discovering the listening points that call out most to them. Directed by Dartmouth music lecturer Amy Garapic.
Rain date: Sun, June 30 at 3 pm.

This event occurred as part of the 18/19 Hop Presents season. This is an archived view.

“One of the most rapturous experiences of my listening life.”

 —Alex Ross, The New Yorker (UK)

“The whole world is music and all we have to do is tune in.”

John Luther Adams
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