Radio producers Chris Hoff and Sam Harnett are going to set up a ring of speakers, hand out eye masks, turn off the lights, and surround you with sound. We’ll travel from the banality inside our own homes, back to a time before the coronavirus, to as far away from the pandemic as possible. Featuring walruses, pulsars, funnels, chimes, rowboats, hair dryers, a deconstructed organ, and Chris’ wayward belt buckle. It will be an evening experienced entirely through your ears.
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Feel free to bring a pillow, cusion, or blanket to the event––it's often more fun to listen intently while reposing on the floor. Chairs will be available too, of course. Space is limited as a result, so get your tickets in advance.
Hoff and Harnett are the creators of “The World According to Sound,” a 90-second radio show. Segments run on NPR’s "All Things Considered" and individually on public radio stations.
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