Love, More Love

FETA LOVE FEST: A conference, performances and dance party 

May 30, 2020: 2-6PM EST

2PM-3:30PM EST: A Zoom conference
Take your seat at our virtual discussion Music, Art, and Technology: What Are We Zooming Into? about the impact of communication technologies on music and art making during the time of pandemic.Hear our renowned speakers from various areas of musical and art life, as they will illuminate their experience and practice through their lenses.
Ask questions at the panel discussion after the forum.
Zoominar speakers: Stefania Serafin (computer music researcher and educator, Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark), Vanessa Reed (President and CEO, New Music USA), Michael Linville (Dean of Chamber Music and Fellow Development, New World Symphony), Charo Oquet (Interdisciplinary artist, Miami, FL), Kamala Sankaram (composer and vocalist, NYC), Ali Adjourli (Virtual Reality designer, Copenhagen, Denmark) and Robert Black (musician and educator, Bang on a Can All Stars double bassist and Hartt School/University of Hartford, CT).
3:30PM-4PM: Cocktail hour. Chat and mingle in the Zoom rooms with Hanah Davenport, Milica Paranosic, and the festival participants.
4PM-5PM: Dance party interspersed with performances.
Dance with the artists and experience intervention performances and participatory activities. Featuring Margaret Lancaster (at 4:05!!!), Milica Paranosic, Rachel Weiss, Alex Lough, Nicole Martinez, Space Pants and Juraj Kojš.
5PM-6PM: DJ Eric Umble
Get your feet moving with techno beats by the Brooklyn-based DJ Eric Umble.
Join us for the live stream of Accidental Music Festival 2020! Timucua’s annual festival of contemporary classical, avant-garde, experimental, and creative music returns, with live performances and video premieres from:  Elizabeth A. Baker, Geoffrey Burleson, Sarah Cahill, Vicky Chow, Stephanie Griffin, M Lamar, Margaret Lancaster, Dave LeBleu, Brianna Matzke, Nicole Miglis, null-state, Caleb van der Swaagh, Dustin Wong

Presented by:  
Timucua Arts Foundation, Ensemble Ipse, Pulp Arts, The In-Between Series
Set times (all Eastern Standard Time):

7:30 pm Stephanie Griffin
7:50 pm Margaret Lancaster  (presenting works by  Larry Polansky and Max Duykers)
8:00 pm Geoffrey Burleson
8:25 pm Caleb Van Der Swaagh
8:45 pm Nicole Miglis
9:15 pm M. Lamar
9:25 pm Brianna Matzke
9:45 pm null-state
10:05 pm Dustin Wong
10:25 pm Vicky Chow
10:40 pm Dave Lebleu
11:05 pm Elizabeth A. Baker
11:13 pm Sarah Cahill

Amore Vieni for Isolated Ensemble

by Cenk Ergün & Friends

Cenk Ergün“In April, I recorded a brief sound and sent it to my musician friends. I asked them to listen to it and record a simple, spontaneous response of their own. 40 of them generously accepted my invitation. Each recorded without hearing others, most often on their phones. I made this piece using all recordings in their entirety, without any editing or manipulation. My goal was to create a picture in sound of this crazy and sad time, made up of isolated moments from the lives and homes of friends I dearly love.”

All proceeds from sales are donated to the New Music Solidarity Fund