Seattle composer Nat Evans will be presenting an original, site and time-specific music event that fuses nature, music, community, and subjectivity of experience, which will take place just before sunrise on April 25th at Fort Greene Park in Brooklyn. Participants will download the music onto their iPods or other portable listening device ahead of time and arrive at the park entrance at the corner of Washington Park and Dekalb Ave by 5:45am. Participants will then walk into the park together, and 10 minutes before sunrise the cue will be given to press play and participants will sit back and observe while listening.

The music for this Sunrise + Music event was written to best compliment the changing of light during this pivotal moment, and is available to download from the composer’s website (natevansmusic.com). This was the first in a series of time-specific pieces Evans has written – his pieces for sunset and twilight (blue hour) will be presented in Brooklyn in the days surrounding the sunrise event - go to natevansmusic.com for details.

To review...
1. Participants download the music onto their ipods.
2. Show up at the entrance of Fort Greene Park at the corner of Washington Park and Dekalb Ave by 5:45am.
3. Press play when instructed to 10 minutes before sunrise!
 


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