TOUCH THE SOUND: A Sound Journey with Evelyn Glennie
Thursday, May 12 @ 7PM (doors 6:30PM)
The Space Recording Studio & Cafe
150 Western Avenue, Lowell
“Potent and Imaginative!” – New York Daily News
“Beautifully shot and filled with gorgeous music.” – Chicago Tribune
Quite simply, Touch the Sound passionately and delightfully shatters the way we think about sound. Gracefully guided by Grammy Award-winning percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie, who also happens to be deaf, this groundbreaking film opens the door to a world where sight, sound, and touch magically converge to elevate our everyday sensory experiences. Award-winning filmmaker Thomas Riedelsheimer (Rivers and Tides) weaves awe-inspiring performances and street noises with artful silences and visual collages to gently, but powerfully, entrance and engage us in Glennie’s artistry. From improvisation with chopsticks and cans in a Japanese restaurant to a stunning recording session with avant-garde musician Fred Frith at a dilapidated warehouse in Germany, Riedelshemier’s inviting camera work captures Glennie in all her splendor.
See this remarkable documentary this Thursday at The Space, Lowell’s premiere, state-of-the-art sound recording studio! We’ll experience this film in an intimate screening room setting with a capacity of about 35 — seating is general admission so feel free to arrive by 6:30 to claim your spot!
Touch the Sound: A Sound Journey with Evelyn Glennie, is the third film of our 6-part 2011 Film & the Arts Series, presented in partnership with the Arts League of Lowell (ALL) with support from the Lowell Cultural Council. CLICK HERE to see our entire series lineup!