GroundSwell—Learn

Education & outreach initiatives, partnerships, and collaborations.

Co-presentations with the Winnipeg Film Group’s Cinematéque Theatre and send + receive: a festival of sound, the biennial Emerging Composers’ Competition (electroacoustic edition). Continuation of our dis/Organized Sound Series, GroundFloor Concerts, and Radio Sandbox. Other projects in the works include: a collaboration with the Winnipeg Classroom Guitar Society & the Winnipeg Classical Guitar Society; a creative band project with educator Steve Denby at JH Bruns Collegiate and composer Peter Meechan; and a collaboration with Flipside Opera highlighting the famous Manitoban, “Bloody Jack” Krafchenko.

 

SOUNDYARD STRINGS
POSTPONED! (scheduled for September 18, 2020)
Socially distanced outdoor location near R3L1R5 (location provided to ticket-holders)

SOUNDYARD is back this fall with their first outdoor concert in Winnipeg. Find your tickets here ($1-$50 by pay-what-you-can subscription) or $20 at the door (contact SoundYard for location).

As part of our GroundFloor Concerts initiative, this event has been sponsored by GroundSwell.

 

All Tomorrow’s Oceans
Co-presented with send + receive: a festival of sound
Friday, October 2, 2020
Seating 6Pm / Performance 7PM @ Bijou Patio (492 Main Street)
Free, with limited capacity

This multimedia presentation—a safely space, outdoor concert, or livestream from home—including an intercontinental collaboration between legendary composer Carl Stone and Tokyo-based singer, songwriter, and improviser Akaihirume; the live-streamed debut of All Tomorrow’s Oceans, an enveloping audio-visual performance by artist and musician Xuan Ye; an excursion through the choral landscapes of Sarah Jo Kirsch; and a towering, outdoor adaptation of Dimmer Switch by Colby Richardson.