Unsilent Night Sacramento
Dec 16, 2017
6:00 pm until 7:00 pm
Phil Kline’s Unsilent Night is an outdoor participatory sound sculpture that is created when many individuals of all ages simultaneously play one of four tracks on mobile devices and speakers carried throughout a planned city route.
The composition is created when many individuals of all ages simultaneously play one of four tracks on mobile devices played through a roving swarm of speakers carried through city streets. Since 1992, this 45-minute work has grown into a worldwide annual event, and this year marks the 3rd annual audience-led performance in Sacramento!
How to participate:
1) Get yourself a portable speaker to connect to your phone, tablet, etc. There are cheap bluetooth speakers online or even for $5 at the registers at Target. Some people in other cities have even put their large speakers in a wagon and brought them along for the walk or simply put their phone inside a mason jar to amplify the sound.
2) Visit the link below to access the four music tracks. If your last name starts with: A-F, download/stream track #1; G-L download/stream track #2; M-R download/stream track #3; and S-Z download/stream track #4.
3) Show up at Fremont Park
You can find tracks here.
16th & Q Streets
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