Margot Wallace who attended said, “….everyone in attendance
was enthralled with the uniqueness of the subject. From the visuals, to the sounds portrayed in
unison, there was only silence from the audience in the room all day as
everyone in attendance was captivated.”
Where can we find more of this?
When will you have another event ?
Will this go to LA?
This is another of the stunning show curated by Vallo Riberto who continues to enliven the SD Art scene with thought provoking exhibitions.
Joseph Monzo explaining his “Tonalsoft” tuning system to the audience.
John Chalmers demonstrates his theories on tone, frequencies and the application of color to express those tonal relationships. KAZ Maslanka is seen operating the projector and was the co-curator and moderator.
John Chalmers with some of his images
The Audience seen here with 3D glasses, viewing a stunning array of John Chalmer's automated, tuning diagrams. These diagrams are beautiful and mesmerizing, autonomus, stand-alone works of art.
Daniel Corral is a Microtonal composer from Los Angles, seen here with his quartet playing a composition on the “Tubalong"
The delightfully entertaining lecture by the equality delightful, Bill Wesley, seen here with his handmade Microtonal instruments.
Bill and Joseph jamming out on a group improvisation. Ventral Microtonalist, Jonathan Glasier adds to the jam playing his hand-made Tubeslongs.
Daniel Corral prepares to play his instrument with The Daniel Corral quartet.
The Daniel Corral quartet.
New York, microtonal composer, Jonny Reinhard, now residing in Riverside County joins the symposium and gives a in-depth overview of the Microtonal world.
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