Bang on a Can LOUD Weekend, August 2-4

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Bang on a Can and MASS MoCA present LOUD Weekend, a fully loaded eclectic super-mix of minimal, experimental and electronic music.

Some highlights of the inaugural Bang on a Can LOUD Weekend at MASS MoCA include:

The electric Bang on a Can All-Stars performing Field Recordings, a major multi-media concert of endless ambient textures, film, and electro-acoustic forays into the future;

Ben Frost’s visceral and maniacal Music for 6 Guitars featuring Ben Frost, Daniel Reimer, Dither Guitar Quartet, and brass sextet;

The incomparable and outer-planetary Sun Ra Arkestra;

Dracula – the timeless, classic, original 1931 film brought to life with Philip Glass’ acclaimed score, featuring Michael Riesman of the Philip Glass Ensemble;

Brian Eno’s pre-ambient classic Discreet Music performed by Contact ensemble (Toronto);

A communal, open-to-the-public, all ages and skill levels ‘performance’ of Pauline Oliveros’ Sonic Mediations;

A hypnotic other-worldly odyssey solo set by electronic multi-instrumentalist and singer Julianna Barwick;

The just intonation electric guitar driven Baltimore band Horse Lords;

Pioneering composer-singer Pamela Z’s unique blend of operatic bel canto and live digital creations;

Composer-singer-instrument inventor Lesley Flanigan’s live sonic sculpture;

Special guest composers Annie Gosfield, Tristan Perich, Brendon Randall-Myers,

PLUS music by Bang on a Can co-founders Michael Gordon, David Lang, Julia Wolfe, and more;

AND PERFORMANCES BY Gregg August, Vicky Chow, David Cossin, Mark Stewart, Ken Thomson, Brad Lubman, Nick Photinos, Todd Reynolds, Lauren Radnofsky, additional solo sets by Ben Frost, Michael Riesman, and many more!

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