About the weather is the new and first project from New York composer, producer and actor Hahn Rowe. The piece was presented by Columbia University’s School of the Arts as part of the 2022-23 season of public events and engagements organized around the theme “To Change.”
Rowe explains About the weather as “the question of what we do when we are left to do nothing. Although the old architecture stubbornly refuses to die, many people can no longer dream of another reality. . Music and sound can enable us to ride in the direction of our thoughts, where change is possible.”
In a live concert, Rowe will use digital processing alongside traditional instruments and abstract, everyday objects to build fluid, sculpting soundscapes for Lantern – space and – change, top-up of the Lenfest Center for the Arts.
“Witness tourism? Cooking show gone wrong? Discussion of bad situations? Rowe asked. About the weather is “a celebration from the arena of all things awesome.”
- Tuesday, January 31, 7pm (EST)
- Wednesday, February 1, 7:00 PM (EST)
Registration opens on January 18.
To read more about the artist at Columbia University School of the Arts, visit lenfest.arts.columbia.edu.
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