Concert week started with the arrival of our custom LP jackets, which would serve as the art-program
The reverse had information about the pieces, musicians, and collaborators
Advert I - the musicians
Advert II - Student Tickets
Advert III - the composers and program
Rehearsing in the space
Baltimore artist Mitchell Noah hand-signing the art programs
One of many of Sarhan's "Situations"
The title work, "Analogy Fair"
A food and wine reception was donated by a generous audience member!
Glad that some of our student tickets ended up in the hands of inquisitive minds.
The art film "Capitol Bouncer", also by Mitchell Noah, was shown during the reception
Audience members got a chance to see the scores and try out the instruments
Excited to add this new art to their LP collection!
Each program had additional information about the whole series and a curator's note about the art
All the musicians and collaborators signed a few of the art programs for those that helped sponsor the production!
A view of our audience setup
Setting up the video equipment for the final performance, but leaving enough room for the giant spotlight that was part of the light design
The final performance was recorded (audio and video)
Final performance of "Table Music" by Theirry De Mey
Art-Program, framed and mounted.