A spiritual experience
An intriguing multimedia fantasia
Blown away by the music
Gallery of Echoes
Both Full Weekends
November 5 - November 16
Wednesdays @ 7:30p
Thursdays @ 7:30p
Fridays @ 7:30p & 10:30p
Saturdays @ 7:30p & 10:30p
Sundays @ 2:00p & 7:00p
General Admission : $25 - $50
Students, Seniors, Military & CMA Members : $20 - $50
Listen and Download this track from Gallery of Echoes : The CMA Experience
DOUBLE ALBUM NOW AVAILABLE
Physical copies of the Double CD Available Now at the Shadowbox Live Boutique
visit the Boutique any time during our normal performance hours
“This is the experience we want to bring to the Gallery of Echoes project:
Imagine if you stopped to look at a painting, it unfolds in front of you, moving through space to cover every inch of your vision. A curator’s voice begins to whisper in your ear, telling the story of the piece. Music transforms the brush strokes into melodies and harmonies that become the painting’s soundtrack. And nearby, inspired performers experience the work through dance, song, and spoken word.
Art that inspires art that inspires art. That’s what we hope to achieve in Gallery of Echoes.”
- Stev Guyer, Co-composer, Executive Producer, Percussion, Keys
The Premiere Performance Players
Performer list for Fall 2014 TBA
All music composed and performed by the members of Light
Executive Producer, Percussion, Keys : Stev Guyer
Guitar : Matthew Hahn
Bass : Gabriel Guyer
Keys : Jennifer Hahn
Drums : Brandon Smith
Additional Guitar performance by Brent Lambert
Additional Percussion performances by JT Walker III, Jeff Simpson, Megan Louia and Noelle Grandison
Flute performance by Stephanie Shull and Noelle Grandison
All video created by the Shadowbox Live video team
Lead Editor : David Whitehouse
Editors : David Whitehouse, Zach Tarantelli, Ryan Newell, Brent Lambert, Rasean Davonte Johnson and Harold Chadwick
Vocal Director : Stacie Boord
Vocalists : Stacie Boord, Noelle Grandison, Leah Haviland, Julie Klein, Jeff Simpson and JT Walker III
Choreographer : Katy Psenicka
Dancers : Andy Ankrom, Nikki Fagin, Becca Heimlich, Amy Lay, Will Macke, Edelyn Parker, Katy Psenicka, JT Walker III, Nicholas Wilson
Additional music composition by Dante Wehe
Performance Shots from May 2014
Education Outreach Program
As part of the Gallery of Echoes project, we are offering three 45-minute matinee performances to Central Ohio high schools Monday May 5th, and Tuesday May 6th, 2014. Each matinee performance will take place between 9:00a-1:00p and will conclude with a talkback session with select performers and production staff.
To deepen the engagement, Eastmoor Academy and the Graham School have been selected to participate in the In-School Visitation Program. Shadowbox Live will go into the classrooms to discuss the project overall and to lead a discussion on the ODIP (Observe. Describe. Interpret. Prove) process for analyzing some of the art works in the project. We will then challenge the students to participate in the process used to create Gallery of Echoes. The students will receive two things:
1) An image of art (Picasso’s Guernica) – They will be asked to find some music they feel supports the “meaning” of the piece
2) A selection of music (Shadowbox Live’s original music presented in “7 Deadly Sins”) – They will be asked to find an image they feel supports the “meaning/feeling” of the piece.
The students will select one of the two to pursue and the most successful will be exhibited here on the website. Please visit the site soon for the results!
The educational component of Gallery of Echoes is made possible by PNC Arts Alive!
Guest Blog for Columbus Museum of Art
In the Arms of the Willow
“I had never seen a Monet like this before. It was very dark. As I walked up to this piece, explored its colors, and compared it to what I know of Monet – all I could think about was the intense and deep emotion he was expressing. Though I believe Monet is actually inviting us, the viewers, to this safe place where we may comfortably share the darker parts of ourselves.” - from Bassist Gabriel Guyer
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Marquee Image credits: Albert Bierstadt, King Lake, California, early 1870s, Columbus Museum of Art, Ohio: Bequest of Rutherford B. Platt. Edward Hopper, Morning Sun, 1952, Columbus Museum of Art, Ohio: Museum Purchase, Howald Fund.
"...after being immersed in the sights and sounds of the collaboration called Gallery of Echoes, I will slow my pace and take in a deeper appreciation for their collection. And I will never look at the Columbus Museum of Art the same way again."
"We need more of this—theater appreciating the other art forms and uniting them into an experience only a theater can do. Not just in Columbus, but in the rest of the world as well. Hopefully, Gallery of Echoes can find new life because, seriously, seven performances is nowhere near enough."
"Seriously, no matter how impressed you are by the show in general, you can’t help being blown away by the music. Shadowbox has thrown original numbers into its shows from time to time, but these pieces are in a class by themselves. The best ones complement their respective artworks perfectly, and all are flawlessly performed"
"What video designer David Whitehouse and his Shadowbox video team have accomplished on screen is truly amazing. Ryan Newell shot the gliding, soaring, penetrating video footage of each art work, with video editors Harold Chadwick, Rasen Davonte Johnson and Zach Tarantelli working with Whitehouse to achieve what often feels like magic. "
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